Porsche are putting all their energy and focus into the Porsche Mission E electric vehicle and the research and development chief of the company said that the vehicle is top priority. This means that there is little chance of us seeing the Porsche 911 EV.
He said that the Mission E is the top priority and it was in serial development. He went on to say that the conceptual design of the E gave them the potential to do a lot more with the platform. He also said that it wouldn’t be only a one body style platform.
We are expecting the Mission E to offer up 600 horses at least and it should go from standing still to 62mph in only 3.5 seconds. The top speed is going to be more than 155mph and the range should be around 300 miles.
Production of the Porsche Mission E is thought to be in 2019, however as Porsche is focused on the E and it is their top priority, the launch of the vehicle may come earlier.