Porsche Mission E


“Mission E represents the future. A possible future. A fascinating future.” -Porsche



Back in 2015 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Porsche revealed their new sports car, the Mission E. Mission E will hit production before the end of 2019 and, when it does, it will be Porsche’s first all-electric production car. The Mission E will have a battery pack of “around” 90 kilowatt-hours in the floor, with a pair of electric motors providing all-wheel drive. However, Porsche will use what’s called “permanently excited synchronous” motors, which promise higher torque for a given size, weight and electricity consumption. The amount of torque hasn’t been revealed but the company has promised 600 horsepower, enough to launch the four-door hatch from 0 to 62 miles per hour in 3.5 seconds.



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Porsche Concept Study Mission E

Porsche Concept Study Mission E, Interior

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