Of all the places you'd expect to see a high-end electric Porsche, McDonald's probably isn't one of them.
Apparently, the late night Big Mac craving takes over though and it's too hard to resist.
See It On The Track - Check Out A Glimpse Of Porsche Mission E On Nürburgring
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During a night refueling near Stuttgart, we ran into a Porsche Mission E Test Mule. During the difficult testing of hungry - the driver went for Big Mac. Thanks to the front line, he couldn't get away. Check out the video and photos of the prototype model that is likely to unseat Tesla from the throne.
The Mission E will feature a high charge rate that should allow for an 80-percent charge in as little as 15 minutes. This is 400 km (~250 miles) in a car that is supposed to tout a 300-mile range. Porsche aims for a 3.5-second zero-to-60 mph time and a top speed of 155 mph. Blume calls the new model a car to fill the void between the 911 and the Panamera, and he says it will be:
“priced like entry-level Panamera.”
Which would put it in the $85,000 area, but nothing is official in regards to price yet.