The chassis will be a mix of aluminum, steel, and carbon-fiber reinforced polymer.
The powertrain on the concept was two permanent magnet synchronous motors with over 590 horsepower, all-wheel drive with torque vectoring, and four-wheel steering. It doesn't seem too far-fetched.
Porsche claimed 62 miles per hour in less than 3.5 seconds and offer a 500-kilometer (310.7-mile) range on the European testing cycle.
Maybe the most interesting part was an 800-volt charger to provide 80 percent of the range just 15 minutes after the driver plugged it in.
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Porsche Mission E
Porsche will bring the Mission E electric sedan to production by 2020. The company's board just gave the thumbs up for further development of the vehicle on Dec. 4.
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