Porsche Mision E concept (Frankfurt 2015)

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Mensaje por Millia » 14 Sep 2015, 21:24

Wow es una pasada, me encanta, de esto si puede salir un Panamera o un mini panamera precioso.



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Nota de prensa, en inglés
Porsche Mission E: 600 hp, 500 kilometer driving range, 15 minutes charging time

Stuttgart. In presenting the Mission E at the IAA in Frankfurt, Porsche is introducing the first all-electrically powered four-seat sports car in the brand's history. The concept car combines the unmistakable emotional design of a Porsche with excellent performance and the forward-thinking practicality of the first 800-volt drive system. Key specification data of this fascinating sports car: four doors and four single seats, over 600 hp (440 kW) system power and over 500 km driving range. All-wheel drive and all-wheel steering, zero to 100 km/h acceleration in under 3.5 seconds and a charging time of around 15 minutes to reach an 80 per cent charge of electrical energy. Instruments are intuitively operated by eye-tracking and gesture control, some even via holograms – highly oriented toward the driver by automatically adjusting the displays to the driver's position.

Drive system: over 600 hp with technologies from endurance racing
The drive system of the Mission E is entirely new, yet it is typical Porsche, i.e. proven in motor racing. Two permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSM) – similar to those used in this year's Le Mans victor, the 919 hybrid – accelerate the sports car and recover braking energy. The best proof of a Porsche is 24 hours of top racing performance and a 1-2 finish. Together the two motors produce over 600 hp, and they propel the Mission E to a speed of 100 km/h in less than 3.5 seconds and to 200 km/h in under twelve seconds. In addition to their high efficiency, power density and uniform power development, they offer another advantage: unlike today's electric drive systems, they can develop their full power even after multiple accelerations at short intervals. The need-based all-wheel drive system with Porsche Torque Vectoring – which automatically distributes torque to the individual wheels – transfers the drive system's power to the road, and all-wheel steering gives precise, sporty steering in the desired direction. This makes the Mission E fit for the circuit race track; its lap time on the Nürburgring Nordschleife is under the eight-minute mark.

Everyday practicality: convenient and quick charging, over 500 km driving range
It is not just passionate sportiness that makes up a Porsche but also a high level of everyday practicality. Accordingly, the Mission E can travel over 500 km on one battery charge, and it can be charged with enough energy for around 400 km more driving range in about fifteen minutes. The reason: Porsche is a front-runner in introducing innovative 800-volt technology for the first time. Doubling the voltage – compared to today's electric vehicles that operate at 400 volts – offers multiple advantages: shorter charging times and lower weight, because lighter, smaller gage copper cables are sufficient for energy transport. A moveable body segment on the front left wing in front of the driver's door gives access to the charging port for the innovative “Porsche Turbo Charging” system. Via the 800-volt port, the battery can be charged to approximately 80 per cent of its capacity in around 15 minutes – a record time for electric vehicles. As an alternative, the technology platform can be connected to a conventional 400-volt charging station, or it can be replenished at home in the garage via convenient inductive charging by simply parking over a coil embedded in the floor of the garage from which the energy is transferred without cables to a coil on the car's underbody.

Low centre of gravity for superior driving dynamics
Another feature that is typical of a Porsche sports car is a lightweight concept with optimal weight distribution and a low centre of gravity. The battery mounted in the car's underbody, which is based on the latest lithium-ion technology, runs the whole length between the front and rear axles. This distributes its weight to the two drive axles uniformly, resulting in exceptionally good balance. In addition, it makes the sports car's centre of gravity extremely low. Both of these factors significantly boost performance and a sports car feeling. The body as a whole is made up of a functional mix of aluminium, steel and carbon fibre reinforced polymer. The wheels are made of carbon: the Mission E has wide tyres mounted on 21-inch wheels in front and 22-inch wheels at the rear.

Design: fascinating sports car with Porsche DNA
Every square inch, every angle, every radius of the Mission E reflects one thing above all else: emotional sportiness in the best tradition of Porsche design. The starting point is the sculpture of a sport saloon with a low height of 130 cm with sports car attributes from Zuffenhausen that embodies visible innovations such as its integrated aerodynamics. Distinctive air inlets and outlets – on the front, sides and at the rear – typify the body's full flow-through design that enhances efficiency and performance. Integrated air guides improve airflow around the wheels, for instance, and air outlets on the sides reduce overpressure in the wheel wells, thereby reducing lift.

The much reduced sculpting of the front end shows a classic Porsche sweepback, and it relates the concept car to the 918 Spyder and Porsche race cars. A new type of matrix LED headlights in the brand's typical four-point light design captures the viewer's gaze. Integrated as an element hovering in the airflow of the air inlet, they lend a futuristic character to the front end. The four LED units are grouped around a flat sensor for assistance systems whose border serves as an indicator light. Distinctive front wings and an extremely low-cut bonnet reference 911 design. As in the 911 GT3 RS, a wide characteristic recess extends from the overlapping front luggage compartment lid up and over the roof. The line of the side windows is also similar to that of the 911, however, with one important difference: two counter-opening doors enable convenient entry – without a B-pillar. Another difference: instead of the classic door mirror, inconspicuous cameras are mounted on the sides that contribute to the car's exceptional aerodynamics.

The rear design underscores the typical sports car architecture. The lean cabin with its accelerated rear windscreen, which draws inward at the rear, creates space for the sculpted shape of the rear wings that only a Porsche can have. A three-dimensional “PORSCHE” badge illuminated from inside hovers beneath an arch of light that extends across the entire width in a black glass element.

Interior: light and open with four single seats
The interior of the Mission E transfers all of the traditional Porsche design principles into the future: openness, purist design, clean architecture, driver orientation and everyday practicality. The all-electric drive concept made it possible to fully reinterpret the interior. The lack of a transmission tunnel, for instance, opens up space and gives a lighter and more airy atmosphere to the entire interior. Race bucket seats served as inspiration for the four single seats. Their lightweight design is weight-saving, and it gives occupants secure lateral support during dynamic driving. Between the front seats, the centre console – elegantly curved like a bridge with open space beneath it – extends up to the dashboard.

Display and control concept: intuitive, fast and free of distractions
A new world based on an innovative display and control concept opens up before the driver. It is intuitive, fast and free of distractions – created for the sports car of tomorrow. The filigree driver's display is curved, low-profile and free-standing. The instrument cluster shows five round instruments – they can be recognized as Porsche, but they are displayed virtually in OLED technology, i.e. by organic light-emitting diodes. The round instruments are organized according to the driver-relevant themes of Connected Car, Performance, Drive, Energy and Sport Chrono. The controls are just as innovative. An eye-tracking system detects, via camera, which instrument the driver is viewing. The driver can then activate the menu of the instrument in focus by pushing a button on the steering wheel and navigate in it – which also involves an interplay of eye-tracking and manual activation. But that is not all: the display follows the seat position and body attitude of the driver in what is known as a parallax effect. If the driver sits lower, higher or leans to one side, the 3D display of the round instruments reacts and moves with the driver. This eliminates situations in which the steering wheel blocks the driver's view of certain key information, for instance. All relevant information such as vehicle speed is always within the driver's line of sight.

The Mission E can even portray driving fun: a camera mounted in the rear-view mirror recognizes the driver's good mood and shows it as an emoticon in the round instrument. The fun factor can be saved together with individual information such as the route or speed, and it can be shared with friends via a social media link.

Holographic display with touch-free gesture control
The entire dashboard is chock full of new ideas. Its division into two three-dimensionally structuring layers reinforces the impression of lightness and clarity. The upper layer integrates the driver's display, and between the levels there is a holographic display that extends far into the passenger's side. It shows individually selectable apps, which are stacked in virtual space and arranged by priority with a three-dimensional effect. The driver – or passenger – can use these apps to touch-free control primary functions such as media, navigation, climate control, contacts and vehicle. The desired symbol is activated by gestures that are detected by sensors. A grasping gesture means select, while pulling means control. Moreover, driver or passenger can use a touch display on the centre console to control secondary functions such as detailed information menus.

The concept vehicle can also be configured externally from a tablet via Porsche Car Connect. Using “Over the Air and Remote Services” the driver can essentially change the functional content of the vehicle overnight. A simple update via the integrated high-speed data module is all it takes to implement the travel guide or additional functions for the chassis, engine or infotainment system. The driver can use a smartphone or tablet to start updates conveniently from the Porsche Connect Store. Furthermore, Porsche Connect enables direct contact to a Porsche Centre for remote diagnostics or to schedule appointments. Another function of integrated Remote Services is the digital key, which can be sent via the Porsche Connect Portal. It not only lets the owner open the doors, but also other persons authorized by the owner such as friends or family. After successful authentication, the key can be used within a specific time frame and defined location.

The virtual exterior mirrors are literally eye-catching. The lower corners of the windscreen show the images of the outside cameras that are mounted in the front wings. The benefits: the driver gets a better view of images and the surroundings, and safety information can also be actively displayed there.



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Re: Porsche Mision E concept (Frankfurt 2015)

Mensaje por minisaurio » 14 Sep 2015, 23:24

Acabo de babear lo que en 1000 siestas juntas..



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Mensaje por Azog » 14 Sep 2015, 23:37

Brutal interior, antológico perfil, y el concepto sensacional, pintaza tremenda la de este coche.




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Mensaje por BLACK_SLR » 14 Sep 2015, 23:56

Woooooooowwwwww.... Es agradable ver que a pesar de las filtraciones, aún hay sorpresar muy gratas y agradables... Me acabo de enamorar.... Que belleza de auto, deja atras por mucho a mi Electrico favorito el Tesla Model S.... Solo hay algo que se puede decir y es CONSTRUYANLO TAL Y COMO ESTA.... Perdón por el grito, pero lo merece....



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Mensaje por Azog » 15 Sep 2015, 00:02

BLACK_SLR escribió:Woooooooowwwwww.... Es agradable ver que a pesar de las filtraciones, aún hay sorpresar muy gratas y agradables... Me acabo de enamorar.... Que belleza de auto, deja atras por mucho a mi Electrico favorito el Tesla Model S.... Solo hay algo que se puede decir y es CONSTRUYANLO TAL Y COMO ESTA.... Perdón por el grito, pero lo merece....
Así es compañero coche brutal es precioso, decir que en todos los foros que he leído de coches de alta gama están flipando, mirar esta foto es brutal tiene unas proporciones perfectas, y atención solo 1,30 de altura.
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Re: Porsche Mision E concept (Frankfurt 2015)

Mensaje por P112 » 15 Sep 2015, 00:03

Sí, el coche está brutal...

Bien podría ser una muestra del diseño de la marca para los próximos modelos...



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Mensaje por Azog » 15 Sep 2015, 00:05

Por cierto (y cambiando un poco de tema), un forero veterano de Rennteam ha confirmado el 960/988 para 2017 es un forero que compite con Porsche en el GT amateur, dice que ha visto el coche en foto y que es brutal.
Volviendo al tema del hilo, coche tremendo.



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Mensaje por Azog » 15 Sep 2015, 00:07

Imagen

Lo dicho tremendo.



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Mensaje por -=Markussen=- » 15 Sep 2015, 00:50

Brutal, sencillamente brutal. Qué bien proporcionado este próximo Panamera.



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Mensaje por Mondeo » 15 Sep 2015, 00:59

Este coche tiene mucho bueno, no le veo defectos. No me entusiasmaba tanto un concept desde el 918 Spyder.

Claro que el pensamiento anterior esta dado porque me lo imagino con un V8 je je



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Mensaje por Fuego » 15 Sep 2015, 01:11

Este si!!!
Lo dicho... un 10 para Porsche.

Lejos de lo concept más llamativos en mucho tiempo.
Cochazo.



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Re: Porsche Mision E concept (Frankfurt 2015)

Mensaje por marea » 15 Sep 2015, 11:43

Si esto adelanta el Panamera II, un total acierto, es lo mejor de Porsche después del 918.
Jekill&Hyde en solo dos generaciones.



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Mensaje por pilotAran » 15 Sep 2015, 12:27

Así debió ser la trasera del panamera actual...
No me gusta nada el colmillo como elemento de diseño en los frontales que tan de moda se están poniendo....



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Mensaje por daniS » 15 Sep 2015, 12:49

El coche es chulísimo, pero no me queda claro que sea el Panamera o panamera junior...¿no hay medidas??



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Mensaje por Azog » 15 Sep 2015, 13:26

Imagen

Lo dicho brutal.



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Mensaje por paulodelarosa » 15 Sep 2015, 15:23

Viendo todos los comentarios que se han realizado, incluso de foreros que poco comentan...poco más que añadir. Espectacular.



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