Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid Gets £5,000 Deduction from UK Government

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If there was ever an aspect of electric car adoption that we didn't like, it was the fact that governments are actually giving rich people their money back on some really luxurious automobiles. But, emissions are what they are, and even well off people need to be encouraged to go green.
The Panamera S- E-Hybrid is one of those cars, costing as much as a house, but now eligible for a government car grand. This plug-in model has become eligible to the Office for Low Emission Vehicles Grant. As a result, the Porsche sedan is eligible to 25% grant towards the cost of the car, up to a maximum of £5,000.

The brand new S E-Hybrid can run for up to 84 miles in pure EV mode, thanks to a 95 hp engine and a 9.4 kWh battery pack. Overall, it's economy rating in Britain is 91 mpg, equivalent to 71 g/km of CO2, which makes it one of the cleanest cars out there.
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