Refueling Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid Is Child’s Play – Video

3 years ago by Mike Anthony 3

Child's Play

Child’s Play

“Refueling the new Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid really is a child’s play.”“Cayenne S E-Hybrid 3.4 l/100 km, CO2 emissions 79 g/km; Combined electricity consumption 20.8 kWh/100 km.”

Refueling your Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid couldn’t be easier. In fact, it’s so easy your child can do it for you.

Of course, we are referring to the recharging portion of the vehicle… You open the lid and plug it in, just like you would with all of the plug-ins out there.

We don’t recommend (actually it’s illegal) that you allow your child to handle the gas refueling job though.

There’s some little commentary at the end of the video, if interested.

What do you think of the Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid? It’s on sale now at a price of $76,400 in the U.S.  Buy it?  Wait for the Tesla Model X or Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV?

 

 

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3 responses to "Refueling Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid Is Child’s Play – Video"

  1. Thomas J. Thias says:

    Outstanding to see Porsche promoting their Electric Fueled Vehicle this way.

    Taking things a step further, 99 of 100 asked, do not know, that ALL EVs can Refuel/Charge using One of more then 1.5 billion 110V AC Outlets in N. America!

    Tell them, shout this out!

    The Feds tell us, L1 refueling covers 100% of 74% of US Commuters daily driving needs.

    While L2 of course is faster, times a factor of 4-8 depending on 3.3k vs 6.6k, L1, 110V AC refueling is adequate for many owners and lessees, as these cars sit in parking spots many hours of the day and night.

    Opportunity Refueling/Charging multiple times a day allows for doubling or tripling the gas avoidance ability of even these short range PHEVs.

    Best-

    Thomas J. Thias

    517-749-0532

    Twitter.com/AmazingChevVolt

  2. Michael B says:

    I am waiting for BMW X5 PHEV. Production is confirmed for April of 2015

  3. Bill Howland says:

    Too bad the kid needs a key to open the charge port flap. That also applies to my Chevy Volt (but not the newer ones). My Roadster’s charge port is not secure, as it should be since there’s nothing to steal.

    When I was 10 years old I was operating gas pumps and Linotype machines. If you watch “Linotype: The Film”, most of the spokesman on the gov’t payroll says it takes Years to learn how to run, and Years more to become proficient. RIGHT….

    I had to interrupt productivity when a customer came in to avoid Child Labor Laws, but I was one of the most Well Paid ten year olds I knew. I wish I made that much money now, in fact.

    The fact that a 12 year old (or however old this kid is supposed to be), can perform the simplest task, and the fact that that is considered to be noteworthy, is really Jaw-Dropping in the reduced expectations these days.

    Ottmar Merganthaler who incidentally invented the Linotype, as a 13 year old child repaired the village clock(uh, that’s like, get it ticking again) which had been in disrepair for a decade.

    Thomas A. Edison, incidentally, called this Linotype “The Eighth Wonder of the World”, due to its reflected intelligence.

    Its pretty piss-poor when teenagers aren’t expected to do anything. Keep expectations that low, and you’ll get your wish.