Yesterday, we reported on Porsche unveiling a new all-electric CUV version of the Mission E at the Geneva Auto Show.

Now the automaker has released more media content on the vehicle for a closer look at the new electric car.

Porsche already said that it was working on leveraging the development of the Mission E, its first all-electric vehicle, to build new variants other than a sports sedan.

Therefore, it wasn’t exactly surprising to see a CUV version of the Mission being unveiled in Geneva yesterday.

It features the same powertrain capable of 600 horsepower, 0-60 in under 3.5 seconds, go more than 500km/310 miles on a charge, and a charge at a rate of 400km/250 miles in 15 minutes, according to Porsche.

So no surprises here, it’s basically just a new form factor – and a stunning one at that.

Porsche won a bunch of design awards for the Mission E concept back in 2015 and they successfully translated their design work into a CUV (almost station wagon) format.

Here’s some eye-candy with all the media content that Porsche released over the last few days:

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