The Porsche Mission E arrived two years ago to demonstrate that Porsche was planning a auto to bridge the gap between the 911 and the Panamera - and make it a pure electric vehicle. Since then we've heard that the four-door will actually enter production to challenge Tesla's growing dominance in the EV market, but little else has been revealed.
That's an astonishingly low price point for an electric Porsche, but it does look like Porsche will be delivering the Mission E in a variety of options - just like its other models. The company showcased its first four-door all-electric sports vehicle concept at the 2015 Frankfurt motor show. One of the most exciting tidbits, however, is that the EV's design is already finalized, and while it will be a little different from the original concept, it's still "very close" to what we saw in 2015 (pictured here).
Porsche's first electric auto - will be priced from the same as an entry-level Panamera when it goes in to production at the end of 2019.
The company is designing the Mission E to slotted in between the Panamera sedan and the 911 sports vehicle icon. In addition, there will be more than one power output engines available, although Porsche isn't ready to offer specifics just yet.
As far as the performance is concerned, Porsche says that the Mission E will be able to go from 0-62 miles per hour in "less than 3.5 seconds".
Whatever the case may be, 0-62 miles per hour (100 km/h) will be achieved in less than 3.5 seconds and a top speed of over 155 miles per hour (250 km/h) inevitable. The auto will be equipped with a new rapid-charge system that should provide 80 percent charge in less than quarter of an hour.