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Frank-Steffen Walliser, Vice President Complete Vehicle Architecture and Characteristics
Frank Moser and Frank-Steffen Walliser
Frank Moser, Vice President Model Lines 911 and 718
Hong Truc Jung (left) and Marc Hagemeier (right) are researching at the Porsche Development Center in Weissach how artificial intelligence can make drive engines even more efficient and sustainable.
In the development of classic combustion engines, a new AI process now provides reliable forecasts about the gas content in engine oil. This was first used for the Porsche Cayman GT4.
718 Cayman GT4: Fuel consumption combined: 11.1 – 10.7 l/100 km (WLTP); CO₂ emissions combined: 251 – 242 g/km (WLTP); Status 09/2023
Continuous health check: An AI application from Porsche Engineering evaluates the condition of the lithium-ion battery and can thus predict the remaining range of the electric vehicle.
Development engineer Hong Truc Jung is responsible for the AI tools within the drive department at Porsche.
Matthias Bach is Senior Manager of Engine Calibration and Mechanics at Porsche Engineering.
More than real - Game engines can be used to create augmented reality applications that enhance real images with digital information.
Model Range Cayenne: Fuel consumption combined 11.6 – 9.2 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 264 – 210 g/km
It’s like a showroom - The Virtual Reality Car Configurator presents customers with a threedimensional simulation of their future vehicle.
Taycan: combined power consumption 28.7 – 28.0 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions 0 g/km
Virtual highway - This is what the A8 autobahn near Stuttgart Airport looks like in a Game Engine simulation.
Model Range Taycan: combined power consumption 29.4 – 26.2 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions 0 g/km