With a 600 horsepower all-electric, twin-motor propulsion system and over 310 miles of driving range, it’s easy to overlook the Porsche Mission E Concept‘s interior. There’s no doubt its alternative energy powertrain is its highlight, but the all-new cabin is also important, giving us a peak into the future of Porsche passenger car interiors and connected driving technologies.
Porsche says the Mission E’s interior brings its design principles of openness, purist design, clean architecture, driver orientation and everyday practicality into the future. Appearing sort of like a more contemporary Panamera’s cabin, the Mission E’s interior has four lightweight race bucket seats with a center console running through the front seats. Within the elegantly curved console is a new touch screen control module, which is joined by a new OLED driver display relaying battery, performance and connected car info to the driver.
Have a look at the Mission E’s interior in the video above. It may look like a thing of the future, however when Porsche’s inevitable Tesla Model S fighter arrives, it will likely boast an interior design not too dissimilar from what you see here.