Porsche Mission E Concept

Sep 15, 2015

Category: Rides

Tesla has thus far been the king of the electric car heap, but they’re about to have their crown challenged by one of the premier names in cars: Porsche. The sports car giant has announced their new Mission E, a four-seater sports sedan that is fully electric, charges faster than a Tesla, and has lines that give their own 911 a run for its money.

Rather than trying for loads of speed off the line, Porsche has instead opted to look toward extended driving with long-distance comfort in mind. While the body is made to feel luxurious, with 600 horses stuffed under the hood and the ability to scream up to 60mph in less than 3.5 seconds, the Mission E is a Porsche first and a sweet little green electric car second.

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