This is the Mission X, and Porsche claims it’s intended to be the fastest road legal car around the Nurburgring.

It’s an all-electric hypercar. Afraid so people. There’s no word on exact power, or driven wheels, but the claim is a 1:1 power-to-weight ratio and given Porsche’s involvement with Rimac, it’s safe to assume there’s a hint of Nevera in there somewhere.

Porsche hasn’t admitted it’s going into production, so there’s no price or build numbers are yet. But you don’t give yourself a whopping present like this and then bury it in a dusty warehouse for eternity.

It’s a track-focused electric hypercar, likely to set benchmarks by which all others will be judged. Mission X: is this the hypercar to take us beyond the petrol era?

Top Gear Magazine’s Editor in Chief, Jack Rix, takes a closer look.

00:00 Introduction
00:47 The Past
03:06 The Future
05:18 The Exterior
07:57 The Interior
10:09 Conclusion

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