Here's the gorgeous electric car Porsche is making to take on Tesla
The German automaker also plans to sell different variants of the electric vehicles with varying power outputs, according to an Autocar report published in March.
Porsche's chairman Oliver Blume told Autocar that the vehicle will also be capable of over-the-air updates. This means that software updates can be rolled out wirelessly.
Porsche originally revealed the Mission E as a concept car at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt last September. At the time, the company revealed that it would have a range of more than 250 miles and include a number of other innovative technologies.
While the company has not yet revealed all of high-tech features that will be included in the production model, the Mission E concept that was shown last year does give us a glimpse of what to expect in the final product.
Here's a look at some of the coolest features in the Mission E concept that could end up in the production version.