Porsche Mission E is a Go!

2015 Porsche Mission E debut at IAA Frankfurt Previously announced as a Concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Porsche Mission E project is officially confirmed for production by the folks at Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG. The Porsche Mission E marks the beginning a new chapter for the Stuttgart Sports car marque, and the first production version of the Mission E will roll out at the end of the decade.

With the Mission E project, Porsche is continuing to back sustainable growth. In Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen alone more than 1,000 new jobs are being created. The company will be investing around 700 million euros in its main site there. Over the next few years, a new paint shop and a new assembly plant will be built. The existing engine factory is also being expanded for the production of electric motors. In addition, the existing body shop is being enlarged. On top of that come other areas in which the company will be investing in this context, such as in the Weissach development center.

Living up to the buzzword of ‘E-Performance’, the technological trailblazer combines outstanding driving performance with trendsetting day-to-day practicality. The four-door car with four individual seats has a system power output of over 600 hp (440 kW). The vehicle will thus achieve both acceleration of 0 to 100 km/h in under 3.5 seconds and a range of more than 500 kilometers.

Charged via an 800-volt charger unit specially developed for the car, which is twice as powerful as today’s quick-charge systems, the lithium-ion batteries integrated within the vehicle floor have enough power again for 80 percent of the range after just 15 minutes. The vehicle can optionally be ‘refuelled’ wirelessly by induction via a coil set into the garage floor.

Porsche is taking on the challenge of electric mobility. Even with solely battery-powered sports cars, the company is remaining true to its philosophy and offering its customers the sportiest and technologically most sophisticated model in this market segment. Furthermore, the E Mission project underlines the importance of Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen as a production site, of Baden-Württemberg as a center of technology and of the whole German automotive industry.

The workers’ side made the employer’s side an offer that they couldn’t refuse. This heralds the dawn of a new age in Zuffenhausen and Weissach. For Porsche, the Factory 4.0 will be a major challenge for the workforce, trade union and employer as it will be taking new approaches but not giving up on the social aspects. With the decision, Porsche is driving flat out with no speed restrictions into the automotive and industrial future.

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Porsche Mission E exterior all-round

Edited: Porsche

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