Porsche Mission E prototype on the road tests

October 14, 2017 at 2:41 pm

Porsche brand began testing the fully electric Mission E concept that was shown at the motor show of 2015 year in Frankfurt. The coupe’s appearance has been changed, but the technical characteristics of the concept are kept.
The test prototype gives an idea about the future car’s design. Thus, the carmakers got rid of the wing doors and provided rear-view mirrors instead of camera. As the developer promised, the general style and shapes are the same. The electric car will receive a smooth glazing line and body shape. The road version retained the futuristic front LED lights, but got usual rear lights.

The fully electric Mission E concept photo

The fully electric Mission E concept photo

As for the technical characteristics, there are no changes. The Mission E power reserve on one battery charge makes 500 km according to the NEDC standard. The Porsche Turbo quick charging system allows filling the battery up to 80% in 15 minutes. The test electric car is equipped with the same power plant that brings the output of 600 horsepower. The acceleration to 100 km/h is available in 3.5 seconds.

Mission-E body is a smooth shaped picture

Mission-E body is a smooth shaped picture

The sales of the novelty will start in late 2019. The low price of Mission E in the US market is about 85 000 dollars. According to the general director Oliver Bloom, the production car will be offered in several modifications.

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