PORSCHE UNVEILS “MISSION E” ELECTRIC CONCEPT CAR AT THE FRANKFURT MOTOR SHOW

On Monday, Porsche introduced the Mission E electric concept sports car in the run up to the Frankfurt Motor Show. Porsche latest concept is a 600-horsepower, all-electric foil to Tesla’s groundbreaking Model S sedan. According the automaker, the Mission E will be powered by a pair of electric motors derived from Porsche’s 919 LeMans racers.
Aesthetically, the Mission E is hands down the best looking four-door Porsche we’ve ever seen. Porsche first crack at a sedan — the Panamera — proved to be controversial, and not in a good way. Fortunately, the Mission E won’t have to worry about that. It’s strikes a harmonious balance between the need to look like a Porsche and the requirements of the a four-door body style. The Mission E maintains the signature Porsche 911-esque rear design, but the designers have cut the roof line significantly to create a more sport low-slung look.
The Mission E is still just a concept car. Porsche doesn’t know if the Mission E or some version of the car will ever make it into production. However, if it does become reality, expect the production variant to arrive in showrooms around 2019, along with pricing. Here you can read more about the Mission E electric concept and below official promotional videos from Porche:

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