With Porsche E-Performance, we are taking a step towards mobility of the future by bringing Porsche electric vehicles together with a sophisticated charging infrastructure.
Depending on the measurement method, there are different specifications for the range of an electric car. As a buyer, it is difficult for you to estimate how far you can really go. This map shows the approximate range you can drive from the capital of Latvia without a charging break, provided that optimal driving conditions exist. The calculation is based on the range of the Taycan with a standard Performance Battery.
The Porsche charging map shows the available charging stations along your route. This allows you to plan charging stops based on the distance your car is travelling.
As the driver of a Porsche Taycan, you can benefit from a range of intelligent charging solutions both at home and when travelling to the places you love to visit. Ultra-rapid charge points along major motorways ensure you can travel far and wide in your all-electric Porsche – without compromise.
As the driver of a Porsche plug-in hybrid model, you can benefit from a range of intelligent charging solutions both at home and on the road. Porsche plug-in hybrid models are charged using alternating current (AC) and these charge points can be located in thousands of public accessible locations, as well as installed at a domestic property.
Porsche Destination Charging is a global charging network with an ever-growing scope of partners. Together, we offer drivers of fully electric Porsche sports cars and plug-in hybrids convenient charging options at exclusive destinations such as hotels, restaurants, golf clubs and marinas.
Currently, the price of electric cars is becoming more and more attractive, and in Latvia, state support is available for the purchase of such cars. More and more manufacturers, including us – Electric Porsche, also offer sports cars that are electric cars, hybrid cars, or hydrogen cars.
Our Porsche electric car and hybrid car prices are tailored to different customer preferences and budgets. Every Porsche purchase is a sustainable investment that matches our exceptional quality and the options we provide.
Key information on e-mobility.
You can conveniently charge your Porsche in a variety of everyday situations and locations: at home, on the road and at your destination.
For home charging, there are various Porsche chargers available. You can find out which charging solution is best for your needs by using the Porsche Charging Pre-Check at: https://www.porsche.com/countries/charging-check. For more information, please contact your Porsche Centre.
Depending on the country, the Porsche Charging Service offers an overview of charging options on the road and at destinations. With the Porsche Charging Service, you get single access to public charging points and receive your charging invoices centrally from the Porsche Charging Service. The service includes charging points on motorways, in cities and at Porsche partners. In certain destinations, such as luxury hotels, you have access to Porsche Destination Charging, which allows you to charge your car for free at your destination.
No, the Porsche high-voltage battery doesn’t always need to be fully charged. Partial charging of the Porsche battery does not cause a loss of capacity (“memory effect”) and does not reduce the lifetime of the high-voltage battery.
In addition, the charging rate decreases as the charge level of the high-voltage battery increases. You can therefore save time by only charging the battery to around 80% or until the required range is reached.
In addition, the battery is conserved if it is discharged only to 20% and slowly recharged to 80%.
A range is a result of various factors such as driving style, use of comfort features, aerodynamics and road conditions. The most important factor is your driving style: a driving style that includes awareness of your surroundings and planning ahead in good time has a positive effect on the recovery of braking energy and thus increases the distance travelled. You can also reduce the power of comfort features such as air conditioning and heating and, if you need to install any outdoor accessories (e.g. a roof box), choose those that are as aerodynamic as possible.
Charging standards and requirements may differ in other countries, which may restrict the use of charging equipment abroad. To find out if your charging equipment is suitable for the country you are travelling to and if you need additional equipment, refer to your Porsche Owner’s Manual and/or consult your Porsche Center.