The Porsche boss gives details on the design, performance and price of the future Mission E series

The Porsche boss gives details on the design, performance and price of the future Mission E series
The Porsche boss gives details on the design, performance and price of the future Mission E series
The first 100% electric Porsche , derived from the four-door concept car Mission E (photo) presented at the Frankfurt 2015 show, was announced for 2020. Oliver Blume, the manufacturer’s owner, gave new information about him British journalists of Car magazine . Prototypes are set to be tested on the open road, and the car could arrive on the market by the end of 2019.

Blume indicated that the final design would largely resume that of Mission-E. “It is very close to what you saw two years ago in Frankfurt, it will be sensational but a bit different from the concept,” he said.

A little smaller than a Panamera , Mission E should still be offered at similar rates according to Blume, electric motorization requires. Its price would indeed be that of an entry-level Panamera, a little more than 90,000 € in France. The official had previously suggested that several levels of power would be proposed. The different versions could adopt the same nomenclature as the other Porsches with badges like “S” or “GTS”. The Mission E concept draws 600hp from its two electric motors, and features four-wheel drive and steering. It reaches 100 km / h in less than 3.5s according to the manufacturer. For the model series, Porsche evokes a time under 8mn on the Nürburgring.

the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio with a time of 7mn32s. As for recharging and autonomy, Blume promises 15mn to make 80% of the full from the launch and adds: “With the 350kW fast charging, it will be a reality, it will be enough for a range of 400km with a charge of 80%. The total autonomy should be about 500km.

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