Porsche Has Started Testing the All-Electric Mission E

by SpeedLux
Images of Porsche Mission E

Porsche, a significant sporting automaker, is going to develop its Mission E all-electric sedan. The Mission E, first presented as a Frankfurt Auto Show in 2015, is Porsche’s first genuine action towards an all-electric automobile in it’s lineup.

As per a report by U.K. publication Autocar, sources state the Mission E must already begun testing, utilizing a Panamera-like disguise complete with tailpipes to hide its true EV objectives.

Images of Porsche Mission E

The Mission E is going to be planned as a Tesla Model S rival, complete with a battery pack that will supposedly hold over 330 miles, and have a 0-60 time of about 3.5 seconds.

Knowing that basically anything from Porsche these days is a huge hit, we surely have some expectations too.

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