Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo

Mar 7, 2018

Category: Rides

When Porsche unveiled their first response to Tesla, it came in the form of their wildly popular Mission E concept. But while Tesla kept coming out with new consumer-ready electric vehicles, Porsche’s concept never made it to market. Now, the legendary brand has a brilliant new all-electric design that actually looks ready to hit the pavement: a shooting brake they’re calling the Mission E Cross Turismo.

This dreamy wagon boasts a lot of the same stuff we first saw in the original Mission E, like 600 horsepower, a 0-62 time of under 3.5 seconds, a slick futuristic external design (though the Cross Turismo looks to borrow more from the 911), and an interior loaded with tech. But this new version also has some extra goodies built-in. For instance, the 250+ mile lithium-ion batteries can be charged completely in about 15 minutes. It’s also a lot roomier inside and has a body-length sunroof – perfect for the long trips you’ll definitely want to take in it.

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