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The tires make noise, but not much else does

The tires make noise, but not much else does.

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Dang, that's one quiet Porsche

Dang, that's one quiet Porsche.

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They hope to develop a technical partnership

They hope to develop a technical partnership.

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Because the EV formerly known as Mission E will, Stuttgart assures us

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It means "lively young horse"

It means "lively young horse."

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He says it reminds him of the 919 Hybrid race car

Porsche continues to make progress in developing its Mission E electric sports sedan, and apparently it's made enough of them to let former F1 driver and recent Porsche 919 Hybrid endurance car driver Mark Webber take a turn behind the wheel. The company got his test drive on video, along with his impressions. He seems quite pleased.

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They'll facilitate long-distance travel for Mission E

When we talked with folks at Porsche about introducing the Mission E here in the U.S., they acknowledged that charging infrastructure was a challenge the company must face head-on. "We have to work on our charging infrastructure [across] the nation, so that range anxiety — despite the fact that we have a bigger range than 300 miles — is not a barrier," Porsche Cars North America President and CEO Klaus Zellmer told us. Now we know a little more about that plan, as Zellmer told Automo

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Think of this as a lifted wagon.

Based on the Porsche Mission E sedan.

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'Quick to drive, quick to charge,' and won't 'lower itself to gimmicks'

Porsche's head of electric vehicles gets expansive about the challenges behind the Mission E, and takes a swipe at Tesla.

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Stuttgart also devises innovative manufacturing for Mission E — and knows exceedingly well how to build things.

Stuttgart doubles its EV investment, devises innovative manufacturing for Mission E — and knows exceedingly well how to build things.

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800-volt system will yield 400 kilometers of range in 20 minutes.

Uwe Michael, Porsche's head of electrics and electronics, dishes on advances planned for Mission E and other electrified Porsches.

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More details emerge about the upcoming electric Porsche.

They'll be all-wheel-drive, with the possibility of a cheaper rear-drive variant later.

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More details about Porsche's Tesla-fighting four-door electric sports car.

Sales are up, so Porsche wants to maximize its profits.

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First testing against Teslas, now testing against the Green Hell

This may be a sign the Mission E will be just as exciting as other Porsches.

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We sit down with the men charged with Porsche's not-so-secret plan.

Porsche's electrification plan is taking shape.

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The electric Porsche is real

It looks as though Porsche is pretty far in development.

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This should make for an interesting battle

This should make for an interesting battle

Porsche is spending $1.1 billion to update its Stuttgart plant for electric vehicle production.

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In the long run, US automakers could get left behind

German and Japanese automakers and companies like Tesla will reap the rewards.

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