The Porsche Mission E is an all-electric concept vehicle that the automaker greenlighted for production in late 2015. It should make it to market by 2020.
Porsche Mission E Stories November 8
We’ve all been waiting for faster charging, because until now, Tesla’s been at the top of the heap with its ~120kW Superchargers which have pretty much plateaued since their debut 5 years ago. Porsche of course has been touting its 800V 350kW charging system for its Taycan and Mission E prototypes…
Porsche Mission E Stories June 13
After announcing that the Mission E, Porsche’s first all-electric vehicle, is becoming the Taycan when going into production, the German automaker has now released the first teaser images of the upcoming all-electric sedan. expand full story
Porsche Mission E Stories June 8
Porsche’s first all-electric vehicle has been known so far as the Mission E, but the company made the announcement today that the production version of the vehicle will be called the ‘Taycan’. expand full story
Porsche Mission E Stories June 6
Porsche is still gradually marketing its Mission E electric vehicle a full year ahead of going into production.
Stefan Weckbach, Head of the BEV Model Series at Porsche, has now taken a few people to get test drives in the Mission E Cross Turismo in California and commented on the German automaker’s plans. expand full story
Porsche Mission E Stories May 29
Porsche Mission E Stories May 19
There are not many people who had the chance to drive the Mission E, Porsche’s first all-electric vehicle, but pro-driver Mark Webber is one of them and he gave his impressions after a day at the track with one of the latest prototypes. expand full story
Porsche Mission E Stories April 16
Despite its small size, Norway is becoming an important market for electric vehicles. Many automakers are trying to lock in demand for their upcoming electric cars early.
Porsche is the latest to do it with the Mission E – a full year ahead of its launch. expand full story
Porsche’s North America Chief has confirmed that the German automaker is planning to deploy a network of 500 electric vehicle charging stations in North America just in time for the Mission E next year. expand full story
Porsche Mission E Stories March 27
Porsche is trying to make the Mission E, its first all-electric vehicle, a track-ready performance car competitive with its gas-powered cars.
As part of the German automaker’s development program, a Mission E test mule was spotted on the Nürburgring race track. expand full story
Porsche Mission E Stories March 25
Everything points to Porsche positioning the Mission E, its first all-electric, to compete against Tesla’s Model S, but now CEO Oliver Blume claims that it is not the case.
The executive said that ‘Tesla is not a benchmark for us’ even though Porsche was spotted benchmarking the Mission E against the Model S just a few months ago. expand full story