Porsche will be bringing the all new Cayenne E-Hybrid to Company Car In Action (CCIA) this year, just weeks after its official debut.
The large SUV enjoys CO2 emissions from 72g/km, thanks to its combination of petrol and electric drivetrains.
Total system output of 462PS means the Cayenne E-Hybrid can accelerate to 60mph in 4.7 seconds, yet still return up to 88mpg average fuel consumption.
It has a zero-emission range of 27 miles and can reach 84mph using electricity alone. A 3.0-litre V6 petrol engine provides the rest of the pulling power.
Porsche will also be highlighting the performance and efficiency capabilities of its plug-in hybrid Panamera models with the recently launched Sport Turismo, plus the 680PS Turbo S E-Hybrid.
The German manufacturer is keen to demonstrate the fleet credentials of its model line-up.
Joining the hybrids on stand will be Cayman, 911 and Macan derivatives, plus a static display of the 911 GT3 RS.
CCIA, the fleet industry’s biggest multi-brand driving event, is taking place on June 12-13. Fleet decisions makers should register for their free place now.
More than 300 new models will to be available to drive, unaccompanied, on Millbrook’s extensive testing ground, at this unique event.
There will be four courses available, including an off-road section and a new extended city course.
Cars can be put through their paces on Millbook’s famous Alpine test circuit and experienced on its high-speed bowl.
There’s also plenty going on off the tracks too, with the latest topical debates, opportunities to meet and network with manufacturers and the chance to discuss your requirements with relevant suppliers, including free advice on residual values from the experts at Glass's.
Two interactive debates will take place offering insight on how to run a low emission fleet and how to benefit from the financial support available to switch to electric vehicles.
An EV and Hybrid Zone will showcase the latest electrified models with experts on hand to talk through about the shift to alternative fuels and provide advice on charging.
Find out more at www.companycarinaction.co.uk.