Why do we build sports cars? To get there more quickly.
Everybody is talking about E-Mobility and the heart of Porsche E-Mobility is the car - the plug-in hybrid or rather E-Hybrid. Based on a high-voltage lithium-ion battery that can be charged from the mains; thanks to its considerably greater energy content, the electric range is significantly longer.
As intelligent as the new E-Hybrid technology is, an innovative car concept is of no value if it ends with the car. E-Mobility therefore includes the infrastructure: an optimally integrated vehicle charge port, practical charging equipment and intelligent charging options, to use at home and on the road.
Porsche universal charger (AC)
The standard Porsche Universal Charger (AC) establishes a secure connection between different electrical sockets and your car. Charging normally starts automatically when it is plugged in. The Porsche Universal Charger (AC) can be easily stowed in the transport case for use on road.
Charging dock with Porsche Universal Charger (AC)
The charging dock has been specifically created by Porsche Design. The practical wall mount for the Porsche Universal Charger (AC) is like a private filling station – for your Porsche.
You will need to contact Porsche Centre Willoughby regarding installation to arrange a suitable time for a qualified electrician to visit you.
If you need to charge your Porsche on the go, the infrastructure is available throughout Sydney and we have all the information you need.
Porsche Centre Willoughby - Charging dock with Porsche Universal Charger (AC) available.
Charging Stations - Most charging stations will let you use the electricity for free but you will need to pay the normal parking station fee. It’s always best to check with the parking station before use.
Popular stations are:
Goulburn Street Parking Station - 5 available E-Mobility charging points
Kings Cross Parking Station - 3 available E-Mobility charging points - Currently running a monthly parking special for Hybrid Vehicles - click here.
Australia Square Parking Station - 1 available E-Mobiltiy charging point
NRMA George Street Strathfield - High Powered 24/7 E-Mobility Charging Station
Westfield Hornsby - 3 available E-Mobility charging points
Additionally you can search charging points and stations via the websites below:
This is a website created for plug-in hybrid drivers utilising Google Maps. You can search for a station by name, address or city. Alternatively you can search by outlets - options include Residential Outlets (people who are willing to list and share their personal outlets), Public Outlets and High Power Outlets. The tags show a different colour if in use and the stations are user rated.
Type in your location and charging stations appear with information including how many ports at the location and whether they’re in use or free. To use ChargePoint locations you will first need to sign up to their program.