Anscheinend kommt der Porsche Taycan inklusive Strom für 3 Jahre, zumindest in den USA. Interessant!
“Up until now, all the automotive manufacturers have [added more power] by increasing the current. But this means that the cables have to get thicker, which in turn means a huge increase in weight, and the limits of the system are quickly reached. To circumvent this problem, we’re increasing the voltage in our charging system,” Michael explained.
Porsche concedes that, while bringing an EV with an 800-volt charging system to the market is feasible, it’s a little bit useless unless there’s a vast network of 800-volt charging stations that it can be plugged into. Blume said Porsche is currently talking to government officials in Europe, the United States, and China about investing in 800-volt stations. For its part, Porsche is testing the technology in Berlin. Joe Lawrence, the chief operating officer of Porsche’s North American division, told Digital Trends the company has already installed 800-volt chargers at its Atlanta headquarters. We can reveal inductive charging technology will be offered on the Taycan, too.
In January 2019, Porsche announced every Taycan will come with three years of complimentary unlimited charging at Electrify America chargers scattered across the nation. That’s huge; imagine Porsche throwing in three years’ worth of gasoline every time someone purchases a 911. The growing Electrify America network will include 300 highway locations in 42 states, according to the firm, and 180 sites in 17 metro area. Each station will consist of five chargers, though some will boast up to 10 if Electrify America foresees significant demand. Additionally, every Porsche dealership in the United States will install charging stations in preparation for the Taycan’s arrival.