While considered a funny joke just a decade ago, the idea of a high-performance electric vehicle becomes widely accepted now, even only a traditional speed cycle. As the list of battery-motivated the electric machines continues to grow, Porsche is getting on the action with its up-and-coming 2019 Porsche Mission E, which is offering to produce electric car. As a follow-up to hybrid like the 918 Spyder and the Panamera, which have been superior electric car, the Mission E is addressed to become Stuttgart’s very first electric vehicle. The full details are still forthcoming, there is much information floating to go on in terms of speculation. After all, it’s sure to be premium and quite fast, but there still question if it can take out the Tesla, and whether this finally the Model S killer we’ve been waiting for or not.
2019 Porsche Mission E Gentle and Beautiful Exterior
Coming to the exterior of 2019 Mission E, the predominant traits are wide and low, it has curvy hips and a gently sloping roofline that begs for a beautiful second look. The headlights are large and triangular, while the front lip is all hard lines and angles, which looks very graceful and elegant. In addition, the aesthetic is fusion of several influences drawn from across the Porsche line-up combined become a wonderful aesthetic. Precisely, the 911 is a major guiding light. It is proven by that sloping front end, and voluptuous rear end. Lastly, the hard aero bits are taken from the 918 Spyder, giving it a futuristic tech vibe as well, this make the mission E very attractive and fashionable.
Porsche Mission E 2019 Futuristic and Elegant Interior
As soon as it is revealed, 2019 Porsche Mission E concept is from Porsche. We will be happy to get a futuristic, elegant interior design waiting for us inside the cabin, which unite every single good inside it. There are some goodies such as sporting a sleek, horizontal layout, plus almost no hard inputs (no buttons or toggles beyond a few on the steering wheel and a drive mode selector on the center console). I think this is clearly a step that goes on the right direction for Porsche. It will add in the tech-heavy collection of digital screens stretching across the width of the vehicle. Form-fitting sport seats with large side bolsters, attractive three-spoke steering wheel, and it is interesting to see how it all translates into a production model. Besides that, while we are crossing our fingers the Mission E will keep its sweet interior spec. The more realistic expectation is that it will get an interior similar to the Panamera, so once again, it is adopted from other successful cars.
2019 Porsche Mission E Engine
In term of 2019 Porsche Mission E engine specs, the peak output comes 600 horses, give or take, which promisingly powerful. The electric motors will take similar engine to what Porsche equips in the LMP1 919 hybrid engine. That Porsche car took the first position at Le Mans three times over and it has proven and tested before.
2019 Porsche Mission E Starts in 2019
Finally, if you are interested in having such a great electric vehicle, which is friendly on our environment and has powerful engine performance, you should pay around £60,000 in the UK when sales start in 2019.