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Straight-line performance improves slightly: Porsche says the sprint to 60 mph takes 3.2 seconds, 0.2 quicker than its claim for the Turbo with the launch-control feature that’s part of the Sport Chrono package (Sport Chrono is standard on the Turbo S E-Hybrid). And the Turbo S E-Hybrid will run through the quarter-mile in a claimed 11.6 seconds, again 0.2 second quicker than the normal Turbo. Top speed increases from 188 to 192 mph, although this improvement exists merely because Porsche has set the governor differently. This performance, by the way, can be replicated as often as you wish. Unlike the case with some fully electric vehicles that can deliver peak performance only a few times, there’s no issue with overheating here nor is output reduced as the state of charge is depleted, according to Porsche. In theory, this plug-in hybrid also can travel at up to 87 mph in EV mode or—with an ultra-light right foot and reaching nowhere near the EV top speed—up to 30 miles on a fully charged battery, per the optimistic European cycle.
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