Porsche deploys home charging facilities in 228 Chinese cities by Nov.
Shanghai (Gasgoo)- As of November 2021, Porsche has made its home charging devices installed in 228 cities across China to serve over 5,300 consumers, the luxury carmaker stated a few days ago.
Porsche home charging scenario; photo credit: Porsche China
As for regional distributions, Porsche's home charging network in China covers not only the relatively developed first- or second-tier cities, but also such remote regions as Sichuan's Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan's Honghe Hani and Yi Autonomous Prefecture, and Guizhou's Qiannan Buyei and Miao Autonomous Prefecture.
In the world's largest auto market, Porsch has joined hands with the country's leading charging facility operators to make its car owners enjoy “third-party” charging service. By the end of November this year, Porsche China has had access to over 320,000 public charging piles in more than 200 cities.
Porsche said its premium charging network, which offers the 800-volt Turbo charging piles and 400-volt supercharging poles, has covered plentiful Porsche Centers, business districts and transport hubs in China.
As of Nov. 2021, the automaker's Turbo charging piles have been installed at 115 Porsche Centers in 75 cities. In addition, Porsche has to-day deployed 80 premium charging stations in 20 Chinese cities, and aims to increase the number to over 100 by the end of 2021.
Moreover, there will be 100 plus Porsche destination charging piles built across China by the end of this year to provide free charging service for car owners who have long-distance trips.
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