Porsche is apparently working on a new supercar platform for itself. However, both Audi and Lamborghini are said to be able to get in on the action, too. The platform is an entirely electric one, dubbed SPE, and it’s to be part of Volkswagen Group’s “third-wave” shift towards a fully electrified fleet. Show More Summary
The Tesla Model S is pretty much unrivaled in the performance luxury EV segment, both in sheer power and luxury. Many other EVs have appeared over the years, but so far, none have been successful in toppling Tesla’s flagship. Eventually,...Show More Summary
Porsche plans to rival Tesla’s Model S car with the release of three Mission E cars in 2019. First debuted in 2015, the Mission E cars will feature a two-speed transmission, a max speed of 155 mph and be able to go from 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds. In addition, each of the three cars […]
The last week of the year is always a little surreal to me. Much of the working world shuts off. Much news shuts off. But we typically roll through it all like any other day, and the news that does slip into the end of the year has a special tint. This past week, the hottest stories on CleanTechnica were
Porsche has been working hard to create a Tesla S rival, and with newly-leaked details of the upcoming Mission E, it's looking like the 87-year-old company is hot on the newcomer's tailpipe. The Mission E will likely hit the market in...Show More Summary
Details about the Porsche Mission E are beginning to appear. The car will have three performance levels. all wheel drive, and start at less than $80,000. The first cars will be available in 2019.
Porsche's Mission E may start at $75,000, around $10,000 less than expected. The company's first fully-electric car is set to be released in 2019. The Mission E is expected to come in three models that range from 402 to 670 horsepower. Porsche is set to release its first fully-electric car, the Mission E, in 2019. Show More Summary
We finally have some tentative details on the performance specs of Porsche’s upcoming electric sedan based on the Mission E concept car. The car is due on sale by late 2019 and the most powerful version is expected to have 670 horsepower. New details have emerged on the powertrain for the upcoming Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 based on the...
It’s been two years since Porsche made the announcement it will put its Mission E electric sedan concept into production. In that time we’ve managed to glean very little information from Porsche, mostly because of the rapid pace at which electric car technology is advancing. Numbers confirmed today may very well be superseded by the...
They'll be all-wheel-drive, with the possibility of a cheaper rear-drive variant later. Continue reading Porsche Mission E could have 3 variants, up to 670 hp Porsche Mission E could have 3 variants, up to 670 hp originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 28 Dec 2017 13:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Porsche is reportedly weighing up its options for a follow up to the upcoming Mission E electric sedan, and is also considering “coupe” versions of its SUV line. Although the brand is hard at work turning the Mission E concept into a production model, it’s already considering its next steps in the EV arena. “We […]
Sales are up, so Porsche wants to maximize its profits. Continue reading All-electric Porsche Mission E expected to get multiple variants All-electric Porsche Mission E expected to get multiple variants originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 11 Dec 2017 14:14:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
We slid behind the wheel of the 2019 Volvo XC40; Lamborghini unveiled the new 2019 Urus; and we spotted the 2020 Porsche Mission E. It's the Week in Reverse, right here at 'Motor Authority.' We had our first seat time in the new 2019 Volvo XC40 and found it to have innovative packaging features, sharp handling, and all the tech a millennial could...
The Porsche Mission E has been spied again, this time undergoing cold weather testing near the Arctic Circle. Although the prototypes seen here are wearing the same level of disguise as the vehicles in our first batch of spy photos, the snow-covered surroundings and low winter sun show off a little more of the Mission […]
The production version of Porsche’s Mission E concept from 2015 has been spotted again. The electric sport sedan is due on sale in 2019 and should have a range of 300 miles and charging time as little as 15 minutes. Morgan is just a few months out from unveiling its most extreme road car to date. Called the Aero GT, the car has been...
Behold the production version of Porsche’s Mission E concept. The car is a small sport sedan with an electric powertrain. Don’t worry, those exhaust tips are just dummy units to fool onlookers. The rest of the design is very close to the striking concept we first saw at the 2015 Frankfurt auto show. From the elegant front to the...
The company's forthcoming Mission E sedan plans to challenge Tesla's Model S head on.
Porsche will pioneer one of Volkswagen Group's most ambitious projects ever: a 300-plus mile electric car based on the Mission E concept. But, VW's other brands reportedly want in on Porsche's project with Bentley and Audi leading the charge. Automobile reported on Thursday that both Audi and Bentley have applied for a piece of the Mission E...
Porsche has set its sights on competing with Tesla for the electric vehicle market but apparently, it isn’t doing any favors for its bottom line, Teslerati reports. Ahead of the release of their long-range, fully-electric Mission E in...Show More Summary
This may be a sign the Mission E will be just as exciting as other Porsches. Continue reading Porsche Mission E prototype electrifies the Nurburgring Porsche Mission E prototype electrifies the Nurburgring originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 26 Oct 2017 10:35:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments