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Porsche will build the Mission E Cross Turismo concept

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Ginger Lawrence | 22 October, 2018, 13:26

Porsche has responded to the success of its Mission E Cross Turismo concept and will offer a wagon version of the upcoming Taycan EV.

The spy shots from yesterday leave us asking ourselves one thing - is Porsche planning two wagon derivatives of its Taycan all-electric model, or the mule from yesterday is cleverly hiding the off-road cues found in the Cross Turismo.

While an all-electric Macan is still yet to be officially announced by the automaker, it is now certain that it will mass-produce a second electric sports auto: the Mission E Cross Turismo, which was first presented as a concept vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2018.

Porsche is now focused on bringing the Taycan sedan into production for arrival next year. There's a potential range of up to 310 miles according to NEDC figures, while a 15-minute charge using a 150kW charger gives drivers around 240 miles of juice.

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We've been introduced to the Cross Turismo before, of course, the vehicle having debuted as a concept at this year's Geneva show.

Porsche says that with the official green light given for production, it has opened up 300 new jobs at its headquarters in Zuffenhausen.

The vehicle will be one of the variations of the first all-electric Porsche - the Taycan, which arrives to the market in 2019 and generated 1,200 new jobs.

As the head of the family Porsche electric Robert Mayer, the cost of the basic Taycan will be less than the price of the Panamera. Porsche plans to invest more than six billion euros in electromobility by 2022.