This stunning concept has just been unmasked in a surprise reveal at the Geneva Motor Show, and gives us a further insight into what the Stuttgart-based sports auto maker's first EV could look like when it arrives in 2019. This time, however, there will be no waiting to get behind the wheel, because as early as 2019, the production version of the current-carrying, nearly five-meter-long cross-utility vehicle should be on the road, which could be unsafe for United States electric auto giant Tesla.
Porsche has laid out its latest weapon in its fight for a share of the electrification pie by unveiling the 2019 Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo electric crossover concept.
Porsche says the power characteristics of the two electric motors provide a level of continuous power "that is unmatched by any other electric vehicle" on sale today.
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The Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo is equipped with an 800-volt architecture, and the brand says a 400-kilometre range is possible after only 15 minutes of charging.
The Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo Concept was not something we were expecting so see at Geneva, and we're not entirely sure what it is, beyond being a "practical" take on the Mission E EV. The same can be said for the extra-wide instrument panel, with touchscreen displays for the driver and front passenger. The E Cross Turismo has also been developed to take advantage of proposed induction charging methods, where cables buried in the road surface allow the battery to be topped up on the move. Besides showing off the new design, Porsche also highlighted how flexible the concept is.
What's the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo like inside? It measures 4.95 metres in length and adds off road styling cues, thick wheel arch trims and huge off-road wheels for example.
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"Operations are carried out using smart touch controls on the steering wheel".
The rear seats also have ski port hatches built in for hauling some skis to a favourite piste, and large items can be stowed by folding the seats entirely.
Exact range hasn't been confirmed, but if it's anything like the original Mission E concept it'll be around 310 miles.
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The maker of the 911 sports auto would join a raft of companies working on designs for flying cars in anticipation of a shift in the transport market towards self-driving vehicles and on-demand digital mobility services. "It combines sportiness and everyday practicality in a unique style".