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Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo Debuted in California

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No other state in the union has more Early Adopters than California. For some reason, our nation turns to celebrities and film stars for the latest in technology. That’s why Porsche has released the Mission E Cross Turismo for a tour of the state.

In a press release this morning, Porsche said 20 media representatives from10 countries had a chance to get behind the wheel. This beauty arrives with 20″ wheels wearing 275/40 tires on all corners. Based on Porsche new 800-volt system, it can quickly be recharged at the 800v network being installed at every US Porsche dealer.

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Power is limited to 600 hp to conserve the range while still offering 0-124 mph in 12 seconds. If you are conservative with the skinny pedal, you will have well over 310 miles between charges. Taking a tour of Malibu, the probably passed many electric cars from the California-based Model S builders. Germans never tend to give warning shots before invading, so it looks like an electric war is upon us. Your local Porsche dealer has 800v chargers ready for this new lineup, including the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid. So click the link below and stay with us for all your Porshe news.

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