Porsche, known for its innovative concept cars that shape the future of sports cars, unveils the Mission X, a stunning hypercar concept study. In celebration of 75 years of Porsche sports cars, Mission X offers a glimpse into the potential design and technology of future sports cars. At Porsche of Colorado Springs in Colorado, we have more information on the Mission X hypercar concept. Scroll down to read more.
The Mission X embraces both classic Porsche design elements and modern luxury. Its distinctive light signature reinterprets the Porsche four-point graphic, and the car's rear boasts a full-length light unit with transparent, illuminated Porsche lettering. With approximate length and width measuring 177 inches and 78.7 inches, respectively, the Mission X is a compact hypercar with Le Mans-style doors that open upwards to the front. The car features a striking Rocket Metallic paint finish and carbon fiber elements below the beltline, showcasing its luxurious yet performance-focused identity. It has the dimensions of the Carrera GT and 918 Spyder, with a 107.4-inch wheelbase.
Inside the car, the driver-focused asymmetrical interior includes leather pads in Andalusia Brown for the driver's seat, which blend with the center console and dashboard in Kalahari Grey. The passenger seat contrasts in Andalusia Brown. It has motorsport-inspired features like a lightweight glass dome with an exoskeleton of carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) and an open-top steering wheel with mode switches and shift paddles.
From a technical standpoint, Mission X sets ambitious goals for power-to-weight ratio, downforce, and charging performance. If produced, it aims to become the fastest road-legal vehicle on the Nürburgring Nordschleife, achieve a power-to-weight ratio of approximately one horsepower per 2.2 lbs, and offer improved charging performance with its 900-volt system architecture.
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