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Porsche’s new Mission X concept is a sparkling all-electric hypercar

Porsche debuted his new Mission X on Thursday – it’s an all-electric concept car it calls a “conceptual reinterpretation” of the hypercar. Like the Porsche 918 Spyder, it’s a stocky, compact affair with sparkling fenders, but where the Spyder is somewhat toned down, the Mission X leans into its chunky corner details, making up a large part of the design that extends up to the roof .

Porsche says that if the car went into production, the battery would have a 900-volt system architecture and charge about twice as fast as the Taycan Turbo S. It says it has a power-to-weight ratio of about one horsepower per 2 .2 lbs, and claims it would be “the fastest road-legal vehicle around the Nürburgring Nordschleife” – right now that distinction is among the Mercedes AMG One.

The doors swing forward and up, so when you open them you’re now under the sky, and the car looks something like a dung beetle when you look at it from the front. Check out these photos:

Not that you’d expect anything different, but this concept is a two-seater, with a short wheelbase of just 107.4 inches, which is very close to that of the 918 Spyder. Due to “aerodynamic purposes”, the tires wobble slightly; it has 20-inch wheels in the front and 21-inch in the rear.

Inside it gets a retro future jet plane. It has a steering yoke instead of a steering wheel and the rest of the interior looks straight out of 1980s sports car design, all straight lines, hard angles and flat surfaces. In the dashboard of the passenger seat is a modular mounting area with a stopwatch module with both an analog and a digital display for tracking lap times or ‘driver’s vital data’, among other things.

At the back, the “PORSCHE” decal and red LED strips really stick out of the car, giving it a 3D effect that is very designer-like.

Finally the beating heart of the car. Porsche placed the battery bank in the center of the car, just behind the seats, calling it an “e-core layout”, similar to the traditional design of a mid-engined car.

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