At the electric cars symposium, which took part in Stuttgart this week, Porsche presented electric version of its Cayman model.

Porsche Cayman e-volution, as it is called, can reach 100 kilometers per hour in 3,3 seconds and its battery stores enough energy for up to 200 kilometers of emission free drive. Unfortunately this is just an experimental model, which Porsche developed to show sports potencial of electric drive, but will never see series production.

But in its right it also predicts a Porsche's first real electic car, Mission E, which is supposed to hit the road by 2019. There have also been reports about test mules under cammo. Porsche Mission E will supposedly be a four door sedan with reach up to 500 kilometers and ability to recharge its battery in 15 minutes to 80 percent capacity.

Oct. 12, 2017 Driving photo: Porsche

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