Porsche E-Mobility Helps To Reduce Fuel Consumption, CO2 Emissions, and Overall Energy Consumption

June 14th, 2015 by

Porsche E-HybridE-Mobility is a hot topic these days, especially with people asking for ways to resolve the greatest challenges of our time–finding a replacement for scarce petroleum resources, reducing CO2 emission, and lowering the demand for energy.

At Porsche Riverside, our Porsche dealer in Rancho Cucamonga, we’re proud to be a part of a brand that’s dedicated to moving the automotive industry forward by finding sustainable mobility options. One way the brand is working toward sustainable mobility is through E-Mobility: replacing oil with renewable electricity. E-Mobility helps to reduce fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, and overall energy consumption.

To cover the same distance, a vehicle running on electricity needs only about one quarter of the energy of a combustion engine! Our dealership is proud to offer a number of E-Hybrid models. Porsche E-Hybrid vehicles work with hybrid technology that uses two types of intelligent drive. These models optimally combine high performance, utmost efficiency, and suitability for every use through the seamless combination of combustion engine and electric motor.

Their high-voltage lithium-ion batteries can be charged from the mains and thanks to their considerably greater energy content, they offer a significantly longer electric range to the vehicles. With Porsche E-Hybrid vehicles, a new type of purely electric driving is possible for Rancho Cucamonga Porsche drivers–especially while driving in the city, allowing for zero fuel consumption or local emissions.

E-Hybrid Models Offer Five Types of Driving For Rancho Cucamonga Porsche Shoppers


The car is driven exclusively by the electric motor.

Combustion Engine

The car is powered by the combustion engine. Depending on its level of charge and load requirements, the battery can also be charged.


The car is driven by the combination of electric motor and combustion engine. “Kicking down” on the gas pedal calls up the car’s maximum power.


When you brake, the electric motor works like a generator to produce electricity. The combustion engine remains off.


The combustion engine is automatically switched off and disengaged when the gas pedal is released while driving.

To learn more about the Porsche E-Hybrid models and E-Mobility, contact our Rancho Cucamonga Porsche dealership.

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