Like many other major auto manufacturers, Porsche is also jumping on the all-electric bandwagon.
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The company is designing the Mission E to slotted in between the Panamera sedan and the 911 sports auto icon. The company has now confirmed some details about the price and specifications of its first electric sports vehicle.
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Porsche's first electric vehicle - will be priced from the same as an entry-level Panamera when it goes in to production at the end of 2019. He added that the auto will be priced "like entry-level Panamera" which is north of $80,000.
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Blume said that this all-electric auto has been created to plug the gap between the Panamera and the 911. That's finally starting to change, as the German carmaker's CEO Oliver Blume has shared concrete information on the Mission E's release date and pricing. Customers will have the option to choose from different output motors. It has been confirmed that the Porsche Mission E project is on schedule and that prototypes will be heading out of the factory for public tests in the near future. This is fitting, as the four-door EV will be "priced like an entry-level Panamera", putting in the ballpark of $85,000 - right in the middle of the price range for Tesla's Model S. Lastly, Blume hinted that we might eventually see the Mission E get badges like S and GTS, similar to the rest of the Porsche lineup. The top speed is said to be more than 155 miles per hour. The vehicle will be equipped with a new rapid-charge system that should provide 80 percent charge in less than quarter of an hour.