Porsche Mission E Concept Interior Design

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Porsche’s recently revealed Mission E garnered a ton of attention when the brand unveiled it last month, being dubbed by many automotive enthusiasts as the “Tesla killer.” Today the German auto maker gives us a closer look at the futuristic interior of this thing.

In case the 600 pony powerplant helping the Mission E sprint from zero to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds wasn’t enough to get you begging Porsche to produce this beauty, the cockpit is sure to have you clamoring for more. Designed for those who are looking to make use of cutting edge technology, Porsche has crowned the vehicle a “tribute to tomorrow.” The interior features four individual seats with a detached instrument cluster, a sleek design that will have you drooling, and hi-tech gadgetry for days. We’re hoping that offering up this closer look at the interior is another sign that the model will end up making its way to the assembly line in due time.

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