Porsche Mission E To Start At About $85,000

The Porsche Mission E will cost approximately $85,000 when sales commence by the end of 2019, Car Magazine reports.

Revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show two years ago, the Mission E is in its final stages of development and company chairman Oliver Blume says it will slot between the Panamera and 911.

When the Mission E arrives on the market, it will be Porsche’s first all-electric vehicle and will be offered in a range of specifications with different power outputs. There’s also a chance it could be offered in different bodystyles sometime next decade.

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.

Whatever the case may be, 0-62 mph (100 km/h) will be achieved in less than 3.5 seconds and a top speed of over 155 mph (250 km/h) inevitable.

Like the concept, the production model will have a fast-charge feature which will see the battery topped up to 80 per cent in less than a quarter of an hour.

“With 350kW fast-charging, this will be a reality. It will be enough for a 400km (250-mile) range on an 80% charge,” Blume said.

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  • Gorgeous EV Styling

    This is how an EV should look! I can’t wait to see these on Porsche lots for sale.

  • Jørn-tommy Skjellnes

    A concurent to Tesla model s. i bet 3-400 models atleast will be sold in Norway if the price at 85000 dollar is correct

  • John

    so with that acceleration and it being Porsche… this will effectively end the purpose of all other Porsche 2 door sports cars?

    • Mark S

      Except most will still want a 911.

      • John

        just because it’s “911” ? porsche might as well put a 1.0L naturally aspirated inline 3 and sell it then =p

    • David mcCreery

      It’s not like it’s going to handle like a 911.

      • John

        prob better? 718 is already better now the whole mass is on and between the 2 axles?

        • David mcCreery

          Ok? The whole mass might be there, but it’s a LOT of mass? Not to mention it’s a longer wheelbase at almost the same width? Btw, the 718 isn’t better. It gets a little old hearing the “engine in the middle makes everything about it better” argument. Motor in the rear has better traction for acceleration, so it’s somewhat of a wash in terms vehicle rotation vs. speed/acceleration. Then there’s a lot more to consider after that. Not to mention, have you seen what some dealerships are trying to charge for a 718?! Yeah, I’ll take a 911 over it any day . . . 911’s look better, too.

          • John

            I personally have always been a fan of the 718/Boxter.
            not too fond of the 911 back.. recent ones are better.

            What are the dealer gonna charge? when we stopped by a dealer last year there seems to be no mark up whatsoever.

          • David mcCreery

            Here in the Greater Seattle area, 718’s (albeit the S) are going for almost $100k. That’s for both boxter and cayman . . .

      • WHY COMPARE A ELECTRIC SEDAN TO A 911? TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF CAR. ALL PORSCHE’S DON’T HAVE TO BE CLONES OF THE 911.

        • David mcCreery

          Read the first comment of this chain. OP mentioned this as possibly being the end of 2 door Porsches, hence the discussion of how it DOESN’T replace a 911. Give your caps key a break. Reading comprehension is a great thing.

    • supermanuel

      A 2 door version of this would suffice.

  • Kannag Don Amenra

    Love it.

  • I SERIOUSLY DOUBT THEY ARE GOING TO PRICE BELOW TESLA.

    • SgtBeavis

      I admit, that really seems like a low price BUT it’s inline with the base Panamera’s price and I’m betting the base model won’t have a large battery. There will be a crap ton of options that will drive the price up just like every other Porsche. So I think it’s a possibility.

      • IT’LL BE INTERESTING TO SEE HOW THEY PLAY THIS. THERE’S CERTAINLY ROOM FOR AN ULTRA-LUX ELECTRIC. AS MUCH AS AS I ADMIRE WHAT TESLA HAS DONE THEY DON’T FIT THAT BILL.

  • An Existing Person

    This may well be the only interesting EV worth buying in my opinion.

  • nastinupe

    LOL @ Base Price. This is Porsche people. After you add paint and tires and windshield wipers, the price will crest $120,000 easy.

  • Dennis James

    A 4-door Porsche that looks better than a 911, and also electrified…sign me up on the kidney donor list !

  • eye.surgeon

    Porsche base prices are a LOL. Equipped to standards competitive in the class, you can add another $25k for sure. If it’s like most Porsches you can double the MSRP with options.

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