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autoviva2015-09-15 17:52:10

Porsche shines with electric concept Mission E

Vehicle to compete with Tesla was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show

 
 
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With the Mission E, Porsche presents the first four-door all-electric sports car of its history
PorschePorschePorscheGermany, 1931 > present43 models
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stole the spotlight at the Frankfurt Motor Show with the presentation of a four-door all-electric concept that previews the development of a new model to compete with TeslaTeslaTeslaUnited States of America, 2003 > present4 models
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. With 600hp of power, the German brand ensures that the Mission EMission EPorsche Mission EGermany, 2015 > 20153 photos
offers a range of 500km.
 
With the Mission E, Porsche presents the first four-door all-electric sports car of its history. Much of the technology featuring on the concept builds on the knowledge gained from the development of the Le Mans LMP1 car, the 919 Hybrid919 HybridPorsche 919 HybridGermany, 2014 > present4 photos
. The vehicle serves as a preview to a new innovative model that will compete directly with the Tesla SModel STesla Model SUnited States of America, 2012 > present7 versions
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and due to be released by the end of this decade.
 
The electric propulsion system of the Mission E is composed of two permanent magnet synchronous motors making up a total output of 600hp. Thanks to them, the Mission E with all-wheel drive can reach 100km/h in less than 3.5 seconds and 200 km/h in less than 12 seconds.
 
But besides a performance worthy of a sports model, the Mission E allows its use in everyday life thanks to an announced range of 500km on a single charge. Moreover, Porsche reveals that thanks to the use of an innovative system of 800 volt, the vehicle can be recharged in about 15 minutes with enough energy for more 400 km.
 
The Mission E was designed by a design team led by Michael Mauer and has an image that combines the traditional features of the rear-engine Porsche models, with proportions that are closer to other German brands and with more modern elements.
 
With 4850mm in length, 1990mm width and 1300mm in height, the Mission E is 165mm shorter, 60mm wider and 120mm lower than the current four-door model from Porsche, the PanameraPanamera Gen.1 [970]Porsche Panamera Gen.1 [970]Germany, 2009 > present33 versions
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Inside the concept has a capacity for four passengers, with individual seats with a strongly structured design. The vehicle also includes two cargo spaces one at the front and one at the rear.
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jennyhannb
The Mission E allows its use in everyday life thanks to an announced range of 500km on a single charge. geometrydashfree.com/ludo-king
28.06.2018 @ 10:29
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17.02.2020 @ 06:48
michaelvettori
Wow! I don't much about the technical stuff of cars, but man is that powerful! 600hp and a range of 500km gives quite the competition to the Tesla S. There was this article on https://www.agradeessay....
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14.07.2020 @ 08:47
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