Could the Porsche Mission E Concept Be a Tesla Killer?

Porsche revealed that the Mission E has a range of at least 600 miles in a single charge while the latter does only 300.

The race for the other automobile companies to manufacture an electric car that beats Tesla’s products is on. Porsche seems to have a concept that silences the critics, and it was revealed recently at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Meet the Porsche Mission E concept.

The car is a fully electric version and is truly one of a kind. Forbes calls the Mission E a “Tesla killer”. From what was showcased, the electric concept certainly has the guns to kill the Tesla P90D model S. But why has the Porsche Mission E concept been termed the Tesla Killer? Porsche revealed that the Mission E has a range of at least 600 miles in a single charge while the latter does only 300.

The Porsche Mission E concept is packed with other awesome goodies as well. Porsche says goodbye to power cables as the Mission E uses inductive charging. Just like Jason Statham gets weapons in death race, the Mission E gets its power from a charging plate.

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Fiddling with the menus in your stereo during a ride can be strenuous and not a good idea safety-wise. Porsche introduces eye tracking for the stereo, meaning that you can change songs and navigate menus just by using your eyes!

The passenger isn’t forgotten as well. A holographic menu is a first for such a car or any car for that matter. The car is made from lightweight aluminum composites and carbon fiber aiding in high-speed pursuits and getting more miles per charge.

The Mission E is without doubt a revolutionary concept from Porsche. Though the production version might not come out anytime soon, we hope it would really be a Tesla killer.