Porsche Mission E Able To Compete With Tesla?

Porsche Mission E is expected to be introduce into the market in 2019 in three power levels. These are Carrera, Carrera S and Turbo flavors. Leave out the 2015 model, that’s nothing compared to this beast.
At the moment Mission E is the first ever successful Porsche’s electric sports car with the three power levels incorporated. This has made Porsche to dedicate almost all its resources into making Mission E a reality. This means that Porsche had to set aside some existing space in the factory to accommodate the upcoming machine.

Mission E is basically the future of all cars, a possible future. It will be one of the Porsche’s mega inventions as it will meet every Porsche’s standard in terms of performance, driving torque, stability, efficiency and even design outlook.

Mission E will be able to achieve 250 miles charging speeds in less than 20 minutes. that is approximately 400 km. It will be using combination of both hardware and software to charge for the best UX. For instance, the drivers will be able to easily reserve charging spots as part of the normal satellite navigation and GPS journey. This puts it slightly above the Tesla’s Supercharger network.

Porsche Mission E is not an ordinary sports car. It has a completely new power train which is based on technology tested in motor-sports. It is propelled by a duo PSMs (Permanent-magnet Synchronous Motors) which also recovers full energy when braking. The two are distributed in the rear and front axles. Adding on that, it has a combined output of over 620hp, which blasts it from 0 to 62 mph in 3.5 seconds and up to 125 mph in 12 seconds. The Porsche cools down really fast as the PSMs turbos smoothly and efficiently convert electrical energy into propulsion. This is entirely not the case with Tesla.

Driving Torque and stability
Driving very fast in a straight line is as easy as doing anything else. Mission E is loves the winding roads and sharp corners. The battery and engine lies flat on the under-body distributing weight evenly on the whole car and lowering the center of gravity. This makes it impossible for the Mission E to spin or skid out of the road during a sharp bend. Moreover, the evenly weight distribution also promotes balance hence can operate to its full potential. The front and back wheels both help to steer, making M.E to remain stable, faster and precisely during corners.

Porsche Mission E doubles the standard charging voltage to 800 which is a shorter charging time than the Tesla, as well as less weight since the copper wires are the ones to transmit energy. Moreover, the lithium-ion battery can drive the car for more than 300 miles after the first charge, and another 250 miles after a 15 minute charge, which is half the time that Tesla takes.

Generally, Porches’ are always thrilling in their outlook and Mission E will not be an exception. It has an arrow like front which makes it cut through the air while racing and appear lavish. It has matrix LED headlights and driver assistance sensors.

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