The Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo

View all 15 Photos

The stylish electric car goes from concept into series production.

Originally introduced at the Geneva Motor Show 2018, the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo road-ready concept wowed both the show’s visitors and the media. One of the highlights of the event, the concept provided a glimpse into the automotive giant’s electromobility plans. Now, Porsche has announced that the car will go into production. To the delight of environmentally friendly automotive lovers everywhere. As the second Porsche new electric car, the Mission E Cross Turismo has some features in common with the brand’s leading Taycan model, but stands out with a sportier look and distinctive character.

The four-door car features a sleek design with an aerodynamic silhouette. In terms of power, the Mission E Cross Turismo has an 800-volt architecture and provides an output of 600 hp. The range of around 500 km or 310 miles also impresses. Finally, thanks to the fast charging network compatibility, the Porsche new electric car Cross Turismo has a low charging time of just 15 minutes for a 400 km range. While waiting for the Mission E Cross Turismo, Porsche fans will have the opportunity to get their hands on Taycan. The first purely electric Porsche will make its debut in 2019. And the company doesn’t stop there. Porsche plans to invest more than six billion euros in electric vehicles by 2022, signaling that the future is indeed electric. Photographs© Porsche.

    string(5) "admin"
Tags: ,

Featured Products Explore new arrivals at the Gessato Shop

More for you

  • Introducing Brooklyn Coachworks

    A company that lovingly restores, modernizes, and customizes Land Rovers with adventurous expeditions in mind….

  • Electric Bronco by Zero Labs

    Custom, handcrafted electric Bronco cars that complement their classic good looks with an all-electric drive…

Take me there

  • The Casona Sforza Hotel

    A new boutique hotel inspired by tradition, harmonious reflection, and nature. Designed by Mexican architect…

  • The Kiro Hiroshima Hotel

    A former hospital transformed into a modern hotel. Located in the center of Hiroshima, Japan,…

  • Numeroventi

    An art residency program in the center of Florence. Founded by Martino di Napoli Rampolla…

  • The Aman Kyoto Hotel

    A high-end hotel that draws inspiration from traditional Japanese inns. Nestled in a private garden…

loader