At the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show, Porsche currently presents the new 911 R and 718 Boxster. But another car catches also attention: the Mission E. The Porsche won the "Best concept car design" award at the prestigious Car Design Night on the eve of the first press day.

The Award, decided by a panel of 18 professional car designers, selected the Mission E from a shortlist of 20 concept cars unveiled in 2015. The Car Design Night, organised by the online platform Car Design News, is one of a series also held at the Paris, Frankfurt, Shanghai, Beijing and LA Motor Shows and has become a popular event for professional designers.

Car Design Review editor Guy Bird commented: “After the first batches of votes came in, it became clear the Porsche Mission E would be a front-runner for 2015 Concept Car Design of the Year. Judge after judge praised the four-seat EV concept’s clarity and simplicity of design and by the end of the voting the Mission E was a clear winner. A great concept car then, and due to inspire a production car before the end of the decade, it’s also a design with an exciting future.”

The Mission E was also awarded ’The Most Beautiful Concept Car of the Year’ prize by a panel of judges of the ‚Festival Automobile International’ in Paris in January.

Mission E: Porsche design of the future

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Fuel consumption / Emissions
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CO2 emissions combined 230 - 223 g/km (NEDC)