Blume also revealed multiple power outputs will be offered. When Porsche showed the Mission E Concept in 2015, the sedan boasted a 310-mile range on the generous New European Driving Cycle. Porsche said the all-electric powertrain produced 600 horsepower, the car could sprint from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds, and had torque vectoring on an individual wheel basis.
Porsche has yet to say what will power the Mission E but the concept had a total of 600 hp on tap. However, considering the developments in battery and electric motor technology between 2015 and the vehicle’s launch, it could very well have more power than that.
the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio with a time of 7mn32s. As for recharging and autonomy, Blume promises 15mn to make 80% of the full from the launch and adds: “With the 350kW fast charging, it will be a reality, it will be enough for a range of 400km with a charge of 80%. The total autonomy should be about 500km.