Porsche Does Hot Lap In Panamera S E-Hybrid – Video


This 680-hp hybrid hatchback can scoot.

In Car Video Of Hot Lap

Porsche has released a video of the plug-in Panamera taking to the track.

Sprinting around the Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit, the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid reaches speeds of well over 100 miles per hour (160 kilometers per hour) in certain parts of the track. The sound of the plug-in biturbo V8 can be heard alongside plenty of tire squealing. Though Porsche doesn’t give an official lap time, our best measurement puts it at somewhere around 1 minute 24 seconds, close to the course record.

The new Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid is the flagship of the range, and delivers a whopping 680 horsepower (507 kilowatts) and 626 pound-feet (848 Newton-meters) of torque. The aforementioned 4.0-liter biturbo V8 itself pumps out 550 hp (410 kW) and 567 lb-ft (768 Newton-meters), while the 14.1 kilowatt-hour liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery and electric motor provide another 136 hp (101 kW). 

That newfound power is routed through an eight-speed Porsche PDK gearbox and sent to all four wheels, which allows for a 0-60 mph (96 kmh) sprint of just 3.2 seconds, and a top speed of 192 mph (308 kmh). When it’s not tearing up the track, though, the hybrid Panamera is actually pretty subtle. It can drive up to 31 miles (49 kilometers) on electric only in the E-Power setting (think NEDC here, or ~22 miles in the real-world/EPA), and returns a combined 40 miles per gallon highway. 

With an asking price of $184,000, it’s not exactly the cheapest option in the range. Still, for those buyers looking for a Panamera with both grit and efficiency, the plug-in  Turbo S E-Hybrid is available to order and is expected to reach U.S. dealers the first half of 2018.

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It looks like Gran turismo. Cool


It drives like it weighs 4,784 pounds. Odd considering it has 14 versus Model S’s 100Kwh on board.

Battery weight problems are becoming a canard. And that’s before a discussion of where you should want the weight.

How did this get heavier than a Model S 75?

Model S = 75KWh (or 100 at this price)
Panamera SE = 14 KWh


You cannot compare it with Model S 75.
It can do 308 km/h for as long as you want, can do as many laps as you want without power being reduced.
It’s heavy due to its petrol engine.


Do you know how much consume the Panamera at 308 km/h?
Me neither, but assuming is around 30 liters/100km means 90 liters every 300km, what is the size of the fuel tank, so there you go, 300km range.

But i will agree the Panamera is superior than the Model S on the track.


Exactly, we keep getting told how much heavier EV’s are compared to ICE but this seems to disprove that issue. Now all Tesla has to do is fix the heating issue at high performance usage and they will have a serious track contender as well as quick.