This concept car made its debut onto the world arena in 2018 at the LA Auto Show, with production set to begin in the latter part of 2020. The four-door coupe is electric powered with a body design inspired by the wind tunnel.
At 4.96 meters long, 1.96 meters wide, and 1.38 meters high, the body is lightweight and makes use of multiple materials in its construction. For instance, the roof features carbon, and you’ll find many components made of aluminum. Elements of support draw their strength from steel, as Porsche offered collaboration in design and character.
The roof line slopes through to the rear of the vehicle into a sporty layout that has become a signet of this particular name brand. The cabin also tapers into the back, but still manages to stand out among its predecessors.
It isn’t just the body that shows off the broad lines that are features of the E-Ton GT. It can also be found in the wheel arches, vents, and even the rear diffuser. Because of its low-drag, fuel consumption is greatly reduced.
Air flow is targeted not only over the body, but also into inlets situated in the front of the vehicle for cooling of the battery, brakes and assemblies. 0-100 km/hr is rated at 3.5 seconds to attain, and 0-200 km/h can be reached in little more than 12 seconds.