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Porsche Taycan Takes 24-hour Endurance Test

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

The German manufacturer's first electric model, Porsche Taycan, took a 24-hour test on the high-speed track in Nardo, Italy.

Before the world premiere of the prototype on September 4, Taycan was able to make 3 thousand 425 kilometers on the high speed track in Nardò, Italy, in 24 hours. Taycan was tested at a speed between 195 and 215 km / h on the track. The air temperature was 42 degrees and the runway temperature was 54 degrees. Taycan once again proved its long-distance performance before it was launched. The endurance test was carried out without interruption except for Taycan's breaks for quick charging breaks and pilot changes. Six Porsche test pilots took part in the test. Quality assurance testing was also performed as part of the durability test and the hot air test.

Sonuç The result at Nardò demonstrates the advantages of the unique 800 volt technology and the high level of maturity. Before launching at the end of the year, Taycan will have traveled more than six million kilometers worldwide. ”

800 volt system

Taycan is the first fully electric car operating on an 800 volt system. This technology, which allows the 919 Hybrid to win the Le Mans 24 Hour Race three times in a row, is now shifting to mass production. 800 volt technology enables stable high performance, reduces charging time and reduces cable weight and packaging space. The 800-volt high-power charging stations developed by Porsche Engineering Group GmbH were used in the endurance test drive at the Nardò Technical Center.

Taycan's sophisticated thermal management system also proved itself in Nardò. The thermal management system is built around a highly efficient, intelligent system for cooling and heating high-voltage components. This avoids the loss of power caused by excessive heat and ensures that the temperature is reached to allow the charging to be completed in the most efficient manner as soon as the car arrives at the charging station.

Porsche's first fully electric sports car

Durability is not the only issue where the new Porsche Thai can prove its breakthrough. The car's electric powertrain is designed to achieve full engine power even when accelerating several times at short intervals. In addition, at the end of July, Taycan managed to climb 26 times in a row from 0 km / h to 200 km / h before mass production. The average acceleration time achieved in timed driving was less than 10 seconds. The difference between the fastest and slowest accelerations was only 0.8 seconds.

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