Last month, Porsche announced that it would exhibit a new concept car at this year's Munich Motor Show.


That is what happened today, so we have before us the Porsche Mission R Concept, their first electric race car that is described as a futuristic study that hints at the future of mobility. Also, with this study, "Porsche is looking to the future, with state-of-the-art technology combined with a breathtaking design."


Either way, the Mission R Concept is powered by two electric motors with a combined 800 kW / 1088 hp, acceleration to 100 km / h takes just 2.5 seconds, and top speed is 300 km / h. The news also points out that 75% of the battery capacity can be recharged in just 15 minutes.


The package also includes a plastic body reinforced with natural fibers (the same material is in the interior), a protective cage, all-wheel drive, 18-inch magnesium Cup wheels, Michelin tires, as well as a braking system with 380 mm front and 355 mm discs back.


In terms of dimensions, the Mission R Concept is 4326 mm long, 1990 mm wide, 1190 mm high, the wheelbase is 2560 mm, while the vehicle weighs around 1500 kg.

Unofficially, there is talk of a potential racing series in the future, although there are no concrete details for now.

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