With a history steeped in groundbreaking concept cars, Porsche is once again marking the start of a new era with its latest Mission X concept car. This hypercar sets new standards with its spectacular design and efficient electric drive.
The vehicle construction of the future
Despite its compact dimensions – 4.5 meters long and 2 meters wide – the Mission X stands out with a wheelbase of 2.73 meters, comparable to the Carrera GT and 918 Spyder. Optimum driving dynamics are ensured by the mixed tires mounted on 20-inch front wheels and 21-inch rear wheels.
Luxurious design meets high performance
The Mission X offers a perfect symbiosis of modern luxury and top performance. With its sculptural shape and bold surfaces, the hypercar proves that aggressive looks don’t have to be part of the hypercar genre.
A unique play of colors
The Rocket Metallic paint finish on the less than 1.20-meter-high body is evidence of luxurious aesthetics, complemented by exposed carbon elements below the beltline. The highlight, however, is the almost transparent aeroblades on the rear axle and the Le Mans doors that open upwards in the style of the Porsche 917.
Porsche Mission X: Lighting design as a statement
For the headlights of the Mission X, the designers have reinterpreted the four-point graphic typical of Porsche. Fully illuminated, the headlights make a confident statement. At the rear, a continuous, seemingly floating light unit stands out, with a glowing Porsche lettering running through it.
The Porsche Mission X is a car with a pulse
A special focus is on the “E” of the Porsche lettering, which pulsates to life during the charging process. Another impressive feature is a bayonet system recessed on the passenger side, to which a clock module can be attached. This clock module was specially designed by Porsche Design and is used, among other things, to display the driver’s lap times or vital data.
The Porsche Mission X underscores Porsche’s brand DNA and provides an exciting glimpse of the future of hypercars. With its revolutionary design and technological advances, it continues Porsche’s tradition of setting the course for the future.