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    Teased: Porsche Mission E Prototypes, Production-Spec To Launch In 2019

    by Swati Sanchayi on Tuesday, Mar 27 2018


    Porsche has silently teased the upcoming Mission E. The automaker has officially released a handful of images of the first purely electric Porsche car. Though, the images give a better look at the upcoming electric sedan, however the pictures don’t reveal much about the vehicle.

    According to the images, the 2019 Porsche Mission E prototype looks identical to the concept. However, it won’t get the suicide doors as the concept sported. The design and styling looks more similar to other Porsche supercars such as the Panamera and the 911making it look better and attractive as it also gets a fastback tail.

    As claimed by Porsche the production Mission E will have over 600 horsepower, which will allow the electric sedan to reach 100 kmph in less than 3.5 seconds that makes it quite fast. Also, the all-electric sedan will be capable of driving over 500 km on a single charge and will be able to charge upto 80 per cent in just 15 minutes. However, these specifications are only applicable to the top-end version.


    The assembling of the production version of the Mission E concept will be done at Porsche’s Stuttgart plant. Currently, the company plans to build 20,000 Porsche units per year but it will also expand the production if the demand goes up to cater to it.

    For the Indian market, we can expect this all-electric sedan to make its way somewhere in 2020 following the international debut of the Mission E in 2019. The sedan will be introduced as a completely built unit- CBU in the Indian market. Stay tuned to for further details on the upcoming Porsche Mission E.



    A diverse bilingual (English and Hindi) Copywriter and Content Creator based in New Delhi, India. With a degree in Journalism, I always had an inclination towards writing.

    As a writer, I have worked on content related to automobile, technology, travel, lifestyle, photography and many more.

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