Porsche’s Mission E will cost $85,000 and will hit the streets in 2019

September 16, 2017
29 Views

Though Tesla remains the company to beat in the electric car market, the reality is that Elon Musk and co. haven’t truly encountered any real competition in the high-end EV space. That, however, will change once Porsche’s highly anticipated Mission E hits the streets. Originally introduced back in 2015, the Mission E is an ambitious project to say the least. According to the German automaker, the goal is to outfit the Mission E with 310 miles of range, and equally as impressive, Porsche boasts that the Mission E will be able to reach a charge of 80% in just 15 minutes. While it remains to see what the Mission E’s final specs are, we now know how much the car is going to cost — and suffice it to say, it’s not going to come cheap. Put simply, it’s going to be priced like a Porsche.

Continue reading…

Trending right now:

Free ‘Overwatch’ is back for one more weekend
Honda’s new Urban EV electric car is so incredibly perfect it’s blowing my mind
This Surface Pro 4 lookalike costs less than half of the real deal, but you’d never know it
SOURCE: READ MORE

You may be interested

Jimmy Neesham dropped from New Zealand ‘core’ squad for India – Mid-Day
Sports
shares2 views
Sports
shares2 views

Jimmy Neesham dropped from New Zealand ‘core’ squad for India – Mid-Day

doyelteam - Sep 26, 2017

Mid-DayAll-rounder Jimmy Neesham was today dropped from New Zealand's nine-member "core" team for next month's limited-overs series against India for…

Boosting business in the Bangladesh corridor is crucial to India’s ‘Act East’ policy – Hindustan Times
Bangladesh
shares2 views
Bangladesh
shares2 views

Boosting business in the Bangladesh corridor is crucial to India’s ‘Act East’ policy – Hindustan Times

doyelteam - Sep 26, 2017

Hindustan TimesThis is set to change as close cooperation between Bangladesh and India (including various ongoing initiatives such as the…

Flying domestic? Soon you will need only Aadhaar number to board flights – Business Standard
business
shares2 views
business
shares2 views

Flying domestic? Soon you will need only Aadhaar number to board flights – Business Standard

doyelteam - Sep 26, 2017

Business StandardSimilar to marquee airports such as Schiphol (Amsterdam), Brisbane and Hamad (Doha), travellers could soon enter Indian airports without…