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保时捷# 8217年代第一次完全电动汽车任务E只能在15分钟

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The glamorous Porsche Mission E。 Credit: Porsche

The glamorous Porsche Mission E。 Credit: Porsche

Tesla has some serious competition heading its way once Porsche starts rolling out the Mission E as early as 2020。 This is Porsche’;s first fully electric vehicle and while details so far have been rather cryptic, the press has been thrown a bone from time to time。 One of the most recent breaking news about the Mission E is that it should be capable of charging in only 15 minutes, according to Detlev von Platen, Porsche board member and former CEO of Porsche Cars North America。

“;If you’;re having some fun on the track, waiting 6 hours to recharge would bother you。 That’;s why we are working so hard on a technology that would charge the battery in 15 minutes。”; von Platen told Tim Stevens from Cnet

When von Platen talks about ‘;having fun on the track’; he means it。 Previously, we learned that the Mission E, which looks as stunning as any Porsche by the way, will be equipped with two motors and an all-wheel-drive packing 600 horsepower。 It can reach a top speed of 150 miles per hour but can get from zero to 60 in only 3。5 seconds, which is still inferior to Tesla’;s Model S P100D 2。5 seconds in Ludicrous Mode but, really, who drives this insanely?

As for usability, the Mission E has four seats and four doors which open in a radically different way, as seen below。 There are no exterior mirrors。 Instead, a display mounted on the lower corner of the windshield shows what’;s going on around the car from camera feeds。 Wait, there’;s more。 There’;s also a camera that detects where the driver is looking and a computer detects what instrument on the dashboard the driver wants to open。 The instruments displayed on the car’;s dashboard also shift position along with the driver as you move higher or lower on the seat, for instance。

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Back to the Mission E’;s battery, we also know it’;s supposed to have a 310-mile range on a full charge。 The 15-minute charge von Platen is alluding to refers to an 80% charge。 It can be charged at any conventional charging station or, of course, at home via a power cable connected to the charging port which is nicely hidden at the side of the front fender。