Porsche’s Mission X: the future of electric sports cars

With its Le Mans-style doors and high-performance electric powertrain, Porsche’s new concept hypercar is set to redefine luxury and sustainability.

Innovation and progress have always been at the heart of Porsche’s approach to designing dream cars. Its new concept study, the Mission X, is no exception. On the 75th anniversary of Porsche’s inception, the German automaker continues this tradition of daring to dream, reinterpreting the hypercar with futuristic Le Mans-style doors, a two-seater layout, and an electric powertrain designed to deliver high-performance efficiency.

Porsche Mission X: beacon for the future

The Chairman of the Executive Board of Porsche AG, Oliver Blume, states, “The Porsche Mission X is a technology beacon for the sports car of the future. It picks up the torch of iconic sports cars of decades past: like the 959, the Carrera GT and the 918 Spyder before it, the Mission X provides critical impetus for the evolutionary development of future vehicle concepts.”

Introducing the Mission X’s design

Sporting a compact hypercar design that measures approximately 4.5 metres in length and two metres in width, the Mission X boasts an aerodynamic look crafted to maximize performance and modern luxury. The wheels, with 20-inch ones in the front and 21-inch ones at the back, complement its low-slung bodywork that’s finished in Rocket Metallic, a paint colour specifically created for the concept study.

Sophisticated details and features of the Mission X

From the lightweight glass dome that extends over both occupants to its nearly transparent aeroblades for improved brake cooling, every inch of the Mission X demonstrates an impressive attention to detail. Another noteworthy feature is the reinterpretation of the iconic Porsche four-point light signature, which opens up like a blinking eye when activated, providing a confident statement for the future of electric sports cars.

The Mission X: modern take on the Porsche crest

Adding to its sophisticated exterior is the debut of the modernized Porsche crest, detailed with a three-dimensional honeycomb structure and a subtle gold colour. This cleaner and state-of-the-art crest captures the evolved character of Porsche.

Driving experience: personal touch

With a driver-focused interior color concept, Porsche has successfully combined luxury and functionality. Alongside the open-top steering wheel with mode switches and shift paddles, there are also multiple cameras on board that are activated by a single press of the Record button on the multi-purpose controller. The passenger side features a special stopwatch module, a testament to the brand’s roots in motorsport.


  • Dimensions: Approximately 4.5 metres long, two metres wide
  • Wheelbase: 2.73 metres
  • Tires: 20-inch front, 21-inch rear
  • Unique features: Le Mans-style doors, transparent aeroblades, modernized Porsche crest
  • Colours: Rocket Metallic exterior, Kalahari Grey and Andalusia Brown interior
  • Powertrain: High-performance, efficient electric

Catalyst for the future

While the Mission X remains a concept study, the audacious dream that it embodies serves as a critical catalyst for the future evolution of sustainable vehicle concepts. By blending the past’s iconic features with today’s technological advancements and tomorrow’s ambitions, Porsche continues to navigate the fine line between reverence for its history and the drive towards innovation. Without explicitly stating it, Porsche’s mission is clear: to redefine the perception of what is possible for sustainable, luxury sports cars.


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