Porsche reveals Mission E Cross Turismo electric vehicle


Porsche has revealed an all-electric estate concept called the Mission E Cross Turismo at the Geneva motor show.

For the drive, two permanent magnet synchronous motors with a system output of more than 600 hp allow the Mission E Cross Turismo to do 0-100 km/h in less than 3.5 seconds, and to reach 200 km/h in under 12 seconds.

Someone at Porsche must love wagons: following the Panamera Sport Turismo, we get the Mission E Cross Turismo jacked up wagon.

Powertrain-wise, the Cross Turismo looks a lot like the fastback: two synchronous electric motors adding up to "over 600 hp", which yields 0-62 miles per hour sprints under 3.5 seconds and 0-124 miles per hour runs under 12 seconds. Several highlights are done in blue (which is European for green), including the wheels, an LED strip in the rear valence, and some subtle detailing on the otherwise not-at-all-subtle side skirts. Porsche is saying the concept can get a 62-mile charge in just four minutes or about 250 miles in 15 minutes.

Porsche Mission E Cross Tursimo electric crossover revealed in Geneva originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 06 Mar 2018 04:19:00 EST. The Mission E Cross Turismo uses an 800-volt architecture with inductive charging capability built in - fast charge network capability is a given.

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Head of Porsche's battery electric vehicles added further comments last week in an in-house documentary series when asked why the Mission E's claimed 0-100km/h wasn't as fast as the United States vehicle. Porsche is also developing an all-electric 911 model.

How fast does it charge and what's the driving range?

Inside, it previews a new curved touchscreen display coupled to an eye-tracking control system used to operate its infotainment system. The panel can be further changed using touch input controls mounted to the steering wheel. If anything, this looks like a Porsche Mission E Allroad.

Adjustable straps in the cargo area can secure gear and create two load levels. "It combines sportiness and everyday practicality in unique style", said Porsche AG CEO Oliver Blume.

Like the original Mission E, it's a big auto, measuring nearly five metres in length. The headlamps distinguish the Cross Turismo as a Porsche E auto, while also doubling up as an air intake.