The new Porsche Mission E is set to be the German automaker’s first fully-electric car. Back in the early 1900’s, the Lohner-Porsche Mixed Hybrid was technically the first electrified Porsche, but it was a hybrid designed by Ferdinand Porsche before the founding of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche GmbH, Konstruktionen und Beratungen für Motoren und Fahrzeugbau in April of 1931. Now, decades later, Porsche has the Mission E in their hands. Porsche’s Mission E is set to make big waves within their model lineup in a very good way. Not only is it a technological breakthrough for Porsche, it’s also competent. With over 600 horsepower on tap and a 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds, the Mission E can perform.
Some may not like the idea of 0% exhaust note, but that may be the sound of the future. recently, Magazín ProDriver CZ caught a Mission E test mule grabbing some grub from McDonald’s in Stuttgart. In the video, we hear the Mission E’s electric drive in action. Click play below and get an idea of what an electric Porsche will sound like.