Power comes from two permanent magnet synchronous motors which produce more than 600 hp. A Porsche e-bike could also be purchased that would suit perfectly with the Mission E Cross Turismo's, ah, mission.
All-wheel steering and air suspension, as well as Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control and 275/40 R 20 tyres all help keep the Mission E Cross Turismo stable and firmly on the road, reducing tilt and "lateral rocking". The Mission E Cross Turismo utilizes an 800-volt electric architecture which allows for fast-charging times of just 15 minutes for 400 km of range (an estimate based on the European cycle).
Porsche will decide later this year whether to build the Mission E Cross Turismo concept, which surges to 100 kilometres per hour in less than 3.5 seconds, he said.
Though Porsche's first EV doesn't beat the Model S in a straight line, the German brand says its auto is more reliable for performance and won't turn down power after repeated launches.
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Porsche head of battery electric vehicles Stefan Weckbach loosened his tongue on the forthcoming Mission E electric concept and the company's general EV direction going forward on Wednesday. However, charging can also be done using slower methods and additionally has induction, or wireless, charging built-in. The auto can be had with a Porsche e-bike. The dash has a freestanding instrument cluster angled towards the driver with three circular display fields digitally displayed on TFT screens. The system tracks eye movement and places one of five instrument stacks - Connect, Performance, Drive, Energy and Sport Chrono - in front of the driver. Each of the rear seats features a load through function, plus they can be folded completely flat.
It's not exactly an SUV either, although it rides higher than a normal auto.
One of Porsche's big selling points for its as-of-yet unproduced electric vehicles is repeatable performance: You'll be able to hit those acceleration and performance figures again and again without cooking anything onboard or forcing the auto to throttle down. Porsche calls it a "Cross-Utility Vehicle" and says that it is designed for individuals with an active lifestyle, and was meant to be practical for year-round use.