The Porsche Mission E concept, showed off at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, front three-quarter view.
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Porsche is taking a shot at the Tesla Model S with its Mission E concept. The low-slung electric sedan boasts 590 horsepower and 311 miles of driving range.

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