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Porsche Mission E and 911 Carrera at the IAA 2015 2015.09.19

Frankfurt, Germany - September 17, 2015 - German chancellor Angela Merkel took a look at the Porsche Mission E. This is what it might look like - the Porsche of tomorrow. Together with the new 911 Carrera, Porsche is presenting the Mission E concept car at the IAA in Frankfurt from 17 to 27 September. In presenting the Mission E at the IAA in Frankfurt, Porsche is introducing the first all-electrically powered four-seat sports car in the brand's history. The concept car combines the unmistakable emotional design of a Porsche with excellent performance and the forward-thinking practicality of the first 800-volt drive system. Key specification data of this fascinating sports car: four doors and four single seats, over 600 hp (440 kW) system power and over 500 km driving range. All-wheel drive and all-wheel steering, zero to 100 km/h acceleration in under 3.5 seconds and a charging time of around 15 minutes to reach an 80 per cent charge of electrical energy. Instruments are intuitively operated by eye-tracking and gesture control, some even via holograms - highly oriented toward the driver by automatically adjusting the displays to the driver's position.

Dr. Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and Matthias Mueller, Chairman of the Executive Board, Porsche AG at the IAA 2015.
Porsche Mission E.
Photo courtesy of VDA / IAA Cars
 

Frankfurt, Germany - September 17, 2015

This is what it might look like – the Porsche of tomorrow.

Together with the new 911 Carrera, Porsche is presenting the Mission E concept car at the IAA in Frankfurt from 17 to 27 September.

In presenting the Mission E at the IAA in Frankfurt, Porsche is introducing the first all-electrically powered four-seat sports car in the brand's history.

Matthias Mueller, Chairman of the Executive Board, Porsche AG at the IAA 2015.
Porsche Mission E and 911 Carrera at the IAA 2015.
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The concept car combines the unmistakable emotional design of a Porsche with excellent performance and the forward-thinking practicality of the first 800-volt drive system.

Key specification data of this fascinating sports car: four doors and four single seats, over 600 hp (440 kW) system power and over 500 km driving range.

Porsche Mission E at the IAA 2015.
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
All-wheel drive and all-wheel steering, zero to 100 km/h acceleration in under 3.5 seconds and a charging time of around 15 minutes to reach an 80 per cent charge of electrical energy.

Instruments are intuitively operated by eye-tracking and gesture control, some even via holograms – highly oriented toward the driver by automatically adjusting the displays to the driver's position.

Porsche Mission E at the IAA 2015.
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The concept car is a coherent design of a sports car with an electric drive and all of the traits that make up a Porsche.

In the Mission E, an entirely new spread is experienced between performance and efficiency – supplemented by a futuristic display and control concept.

Porsche Mission E at the IAA 2015.
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The joint premiere with the new generation 911 Carrera has symbolic character.

The first all-electrically powered four-seat Porsche of the 21st century represents the future of a concept that made the 911 the most successful sports car ever for over 50 years.

Porsche Mission E at the IAA 2015.
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The 911 Carrera and Mission E share one clear statement, namely that excellent sporty performance can be combined with maximum efficiency – the traditional Porsche values.

In the new generation of the classic 911 Carrera sports car, innovative turbocharged engines stand for these values.

The new 911 Carrera cabriolet
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The message of the concept car is E performance.

This means that even an electrically powered Porsche naturally fulfils all requirements related to performance, range and driving dynamics.
The Mission E concept car shows how Porsche envisions the future of the electric sports car.

The new 911 Carrera S
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The fascinating design of the four-door car with four seats bears many references to the 911 while revealing the Mission E to be a Porsche at first glance.

The passionately designed sports car with all-wheel drive develops a total power of over 600 hp, which can be converted into typical Porsche driving dynamics.

Porsche Mission E
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The driving range of the Mission E is over 500 kilometres, and the innovative 800-volts battery charging system Porsche Turbo Charging reduces charging time to just slightly longer than it takes to fill a car's fuel tank today.

At the quick charge station, it takes just over fifteen minutes to provide enough charge for around 80 per cent of the total range.

Porsche Mission E
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
In keeping with the car's purist interior, the control and display concept is intuitive with eye-tracking and gesture control as well as innovative functions.

The new generation 911 Carrera makes its debut at the IAA with new turbocharged engines, optimised chassis and the entirely new Porsche Communication Management system with online navigation.

Porsche Mission E
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The turbocharged three-litre flat engine in the 911 Carrera has a power output of 272 kW (370 hp).

In the 911 Carrera S it even generates 309 kW (420 hp), thanks to such features as modified turbochargers.

Also excellent is the significant increase in torque together with an improvement of just around 12 per cent in fuel economy.

Porsche Mission E
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The 911 Carrera has a maximum torque of 450 Nm and the 911 Carrera S even has 500 Nm.

This torque is available from a low 1,700 rpm over practically the entire engine speed range.

At the same time, the new engines with their maximum speed of 7,500 rpm are very free-revving and passionate.

Porsche Mission E
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The drive system of the Mission E is entirely new, yet it is typical Porsche, i.e. proven in motor racing.

Two permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSM) – similar to those used in this year's Le Mans victor, the 919 hybrid – accelerate the sports car and recover braking energy.

The best proof of a Porsche is 24 hours of top racing performance and a 1-2 finish.

Porsche Mission E
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
Together the two motors produce over 600 hp, and they propel the Mission E to a speed of 100 km/h in less than 3.5 seconds and to 200 km/h in under twelve seconds.

In addition to their high efficiency, power density and uniform power development, they offer another advantage: unlike today's electric drive systems, they can develop their full power even after multiple accelerations at short intervals.

Porsche Mission E - interior
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
The need-based all-wheel drive system with Porsche Torque Vectoring – which automatically distributes torque to the individual wheels – transfers the drive system's power to the road, and all-wheel steering gives precise, sporty steering in the desired direction.

This makes the Mission E fit for the circuit race track; its lap time on the Nürburgring Nordschleife is under the eight-minute mark.

Porsche Mission E - interior
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
It is not just passionate sportiness that makes up a Porsche but also a high level of everyday practicality.

Accordingly, the Mission E can travel over 500 km on one battery charge, and it can be charged with enough energy for around 400 km more driving range in about fifteen minutes.

The reason: Porsche is a front-runner in introducing innovative 800-volt technology for the first time.

Porsche Mission E - interior
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
Doubling the voltage – compared to today's electric vehicles that operate at 400 volts – offers multiple advantages: shorter charging times and lower weight, because lighter, smaller gage copper cables are sufficient for energy transport.

A moveable body segment on the front left wing in front of the driver's door gives access to the charging port for the innovative “Porsche Turbo Charging” system.

Via the 800-volt port, the battery can be charged to approximately 80 per cent of its capacity in around 15 minutes – a record time for electric vehicles.

As an alternative, the technology platform can be connected to a conventional 400-volt charging station, or it can be replenished at home in the garage via convenient inductive charging by simply parking over a coil embedded in the floor of the garage from which the energy is transferred without cables to a coil on the car's underbody.

Porsche Mission E
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
Another feature that is typical of a Porsche sports car is a lightweight concept with optimal weight distribution and a low centre of gravity.

The battery mounted in the car's underbody, which is based on the latest lithium-ion technology, runs the whole length between the front and rear axles.

This distributes its weight to the two drive axles uniformly, resulting in exceptionally good balance. In addition, it makes the sports car's centre of gravity extremely low.

Both of these factors significantly boost performance and a sports car feeling.

The body as a whole is made up of a functional mix of aluminium, steel and carbon fibre reinforced polymer.

The wheels are made of carbon: the Mission E has wide tyres mounted on 21-inch wheels in front and 22-inch wheels at the rear.

The sports car of today meets the sports car of tomorrow.

Porsche Mission E
Photo courtesy of Porsche
 
What unites Mission E and the 911 Carrera: outstanding sporting performance with the maximum possible efficiency.

And a unique design of course.

A combination that is not only causing a sensation at the IAA in Frankfurt but all over the world as well.

German chancellor Angela Merkel also took a look at the Porsche Mission E.


Source: Porsche AG

http://newsroom.porsche.com/  



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