Porsche is giving us another look at its future with the debut of the Mission E Cross Turismo concept at the Geneva Motor Show. As its name suggests, the concept is related to the original electric Mission E concept, but is ready to go on a weekend adventure with its higher ground clearance and more cargo space.
Porsche has essentially built upon the original Mission E concept by raising its ground clearance and giving it a more wagon-like rear. Porsche says that the Mission E Cross Turismo concept has been designed for people who like to spend their free time traveling, playing sports and pursuing other outdoor activities.
The Mission E Cross Turismo concept is powered by two electric motors that generate a combined 600 horsepower, one on each axle. With that much power, the concept is able to reach 62 mph in 3.5 seconds. The adaptive air suspension is capable of increasing the ground clearance by 50 mm and the power is sent to all four wheels via the all-wheel drive system with Porsche Torque Vectoring. The concept can also travel just over 300 miles on a single charge and if you plug it into an 800-volt charger you can charge it up to 80 percent in about 15 minutes.
Porsche has not announced any production plans for the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo concept, but the production version of the original Mission E concept is expected to arrive in late 2019.