Porsche shows us the design process of the Mission And Concept

With the start of the long Porsche Mission And Concept during the Frankfurt Auto show last year, the signing of Stuttgart came to confirm what was already a fact. And is the launch of which will be the first Porsche 100% electric history. A model that we had been talking about and speculating on numerous occasions, and that with the project’s Mission And, we have been able to resolve many unknowns.

despite this, and at the time of his debut, Porsche is limited to the comment that the project of creating a production version of the Mission And have the green light. Little more the truth. After a time without having details on this prototype (rather of the future production model), Porsche have uploaded an interesting video in which we show what has been the process of design of the Mission And Concept.

Thus was created the Porsche Mission And

A video of only 5 minutes to enjoy the whole process of creation of prototype Porsche electric. From the models created in clay to the hand-drawn sketches through different recreations in 3D. Is reviewed with all luxury of details the exterior, interior and the (mechanical.

Porsche Mission E Concept

The Porsche Mission E Concept was presented at the Frankfurt motor show 2015.

as A reminder, it is interesting to refresh the memory with the mechanical Porsche Mission And. Makes use of two electric motors, whose technology is very similar to that used by the Porsche 919 Hybrid used by the brand to compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and that produce a combined power of 600 BHP.

Each motor acts on one of the axes, thus providing a total traction immediate. Thanks to this mechanism, the Porsche Mission And is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds.

Coupled to the two electric motors, this prototype also features a battery pack (installed in the floor of the vehicle) that gives a range of 500 kilometers. Batteries that can be recharged to 80% in less than 15 minutes thanks to a new technology to recharge ultra-fast developed by Porsche. In addition, the batteries are much lighter than those used currently by the vast majority of electric cars that we find in the market.