EVS30: Porsche Cayman Electric Concept Showcases Turbo Charging System

With the Cayman e-volution, Porsche showcases a charging system of 800 volts. Achieving a charging capacity of up to 320 kW per vehicle, Porsche Turbo Charging is a co-development between Porsche Engineering and ADS-TEC. Developed as a supplement to fast-charging networks with medium voltage connections, Turbo Charging is just a work-in-progress at this point in time.

The accumulator-based charging system, however, pales in comparison to what the Cayman e-volution has to its name. With zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) coming in 3.3 seconds, the concept vehicle offers a driving range of 200 kilometers (124 miles) on a full charge. “The vehicle will not go into series production,” we're told, but the Cayman e-volution “does give an early indication of just how sporty Porsche believes e-mobility can be.”

By that, Porsche refers to the Mission E, the company’s first-ever purely electric sports car. Spied in pre-production guise only recently, the Mission E is scheduled to go official in 2019 with a driving range of “over 500 kilometers [310 miles].” More impressively, the Porsche Mission E promises to charge 80 percent of battery capacity within 15 minutes with the right type of charging station.

In related news, the rumor mill continus to insist the all-new 911 will go hybrid. Believe what you will, but bear in mind that August Achleitner, head of 718 and 911 development, denied the advent of a plug-in hybrid powertrain for the 992 generation. Mild hybridization (48-volt electrical system), as seen on the 2018 Bentley Continental GT, is more likely to make the cut.

 

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