Porsche’s Mission E-car fast charging system release in five years

Dec

5

2015

Porsche has announced that the electric car E Mission in production to take, causing the vehicle still needs to be available before the end of the decade. The Mission E is equipped with a quick charging system that the battery in 15 minutes for 80 percent can charge.

According to the manufacturer of luxury cars, the Mission E, the first electric car of the company, manufactured in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, where the headquarters is located. Thousand new jobs will be created there, which ultimately should lead consumers Mission E still can buy before the end of this decade, for an otherwise undisclosed price. For the production Porsche puts a sum of 700 million euros in its production plant in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen.

Mission E was previously exhibited at a car show in Frankfurt, but Porsche had still not announced whether the vehicle would be taken into production. The sports car is mainly because of its power and battery. According to the manufacturer, the engine provides acceleration from 0 to 100km / h in around 3.5 seconds, and the battery can last about 500 kilometers on one charge.

For the Mission E Porsche has developed a fast charging system that the car quickly to give much battery capacity. For example, there can be loaded in a period of 15 minutes, 80 percent of the battery. One of the drawbacks of electric cars is that charging the battery takes time, something that Porsche with the self-designed charging system thus seeks to combat.

Porsche seems with his sports car to be a competitor to Tesla, who’s popular and fast Model S is doing good business in the market for electric cars. The latter has, moreover, with the Model X recently a new model released.

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