Porsche might release up to three different versions of the all-electric Mission E – and the most powerful is rumoured to do the zero-to-100 km/h sprint within three seconds.
Slotting between the 911 and Panamera, Mission E project leader Stefan Weckbach the car will combine “911 overtones with fresh proportions and very good space utilization, even though the Mission E is notably more compact than the Panamera.”
Despite its smaller size, the Mission E will pack quite a punch with its three different power levels, available with 402, 536 or 670 horsepower. It will be offered only as an all-wheel-drive model, but a rear-drive variant is possible.
Porsche is also reportedly working on a two-speed transmission for the Mission E to accommodate those power levels. A rear, limited-slip differential will also be optional.