In an era of intensifying debate about global climate change and CO2 emissions, every automotive manufacturer is asking what it has to offer in terms of environmental protection. Our answer has long been the same: maximum efficiency.
Porsche has been reducing the CO2 emissions of its vehicles by an average of 1.7%* every year for the past 15 years. As far as engine output is concerned, we are already among those manufacturers achieving the lowest CO2 emissions. This has been achieved through the efficient engine technology, lightweight construction, optimum aerodynamics and low rolling resistance.
This high level of environmental responsibility is clearly demonstrated by our approach to environmental management at the Porsche Development Centre in Weissach. Here, all technological developments are carried out with environmental protection in mind. The goal is pure performance – but not at the expense of the environment.
Panamera models: Fuel consumption in (l/100 km) urban 18,8-7,6 · extra urban 8.9–5,6 · combined 12.5–6.5 · CO2 emissions 293–167 g/km
* The stated reduction in fuel consumption has been calculated from the NEDC (New European Drive Cycle) fuel consumption figures for the respective model years of the vehicles and in relation to the applicable European legislation.