Porsche Mission R Concept: The Electric Race Car Breed

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Stunning to always see what Porsche has up it sleeves because when it drops its always a blow. Debutting the Porsche Mission R at the IAA Motor show in Munich, Germany. The German car maker has a race breed that’s fully electric for the future. Porsche the race car that holds record of the most win in the motorsport – endurance race- Le Mans with 19 over all wins and 7 consecutive wins. So with much thrills, it’s just so certain to see what the four wheel drive electric race car has to offer.

The Mission R puts its customer first as Oliver Blume, Chairman of the Executive Board of Porsche AG notes, “The Mission R is our vision of all-electric customer motorsports. The Mission R embodies everything that makes Porsche strong: performance, design and sustainability.” Clearly, a rear breed that puts racing in place for absolute thrills and excitement truly. At a first glance at Porsche Mission R, it’s just that catchy look that stands irresistible that requires a closer look taking all intricacies to recognition.

The four wheel drive goes from 0-62 mph in 2.5 seconds having a top speed of 186 mph. The battery capacity packs the electric race car with 80KWh and charges from as low as 5% to 80% in 5 minutes. Battery consumption would be determined by the driving mode, race modebattery consumption is less compared when in qualifying mode when all power of the race car is unleased. That would be reckoned as a fast charging so that when fulfilling its track purposes, the electric car doesn’t waste much time in the pit stop for recharging.

Porsche Mission R is one to behold, would it be a come back in the endurance race, Le Mans, one thing is for sure the dominance would welcome Porsche. The interior of Mission R gets one ready for the race or track thrills. With its bucket seats that 3D-printed and 3D-knitted so different from the known but gets the grip done adequately. This car just sets it all off with it beauty and unleashed power.

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