All-New Porsche Mission E: What You Need to Know

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Porsche’s Long-Awaited Electric Sports Sedan

It’s been four years since Porsche debuted their Mission E sports sedan concept at the Frankfurt Auto Show, signifying a commitment to electric powertrains and a new vehicle lineup specifically designed with alternative fuels in mind. Now, the concept is becoming a reality, with the Mission E set to go into production at the end of 2019.

When it comes to market, the Mission E will be the only electric vehicle in the Porsche lineup. Currently, Porsche offers several hybrid variants of their popular models, including the 2018 Panamera and Cayenne. The Mission E is designed to fill the gap in the company’s lineup between the Panamera and 911, according to Oliver Blume, Chairman of the Executive Board of Porsche.

Click through this slideshow to learn more about the upcoming 2019 Porsche Mission E.

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