Porsche Unveils the GT4 E-Performance
In Porsche’s latest move towards electric-powered vehicles, the GT4 E-Performance is the closest vehicle to production since the Mission R Concept unveiled last year. The dual motor setup distributes its 938 horsepower to both the front and rear axles in efforts to reach its top speed of almost 180 mph. With current battery technology, this car can last at full throttle for around 30 to 35 minutes (enough for a typical sprint race) and uses its 15-and-14-inch brake rotors to stop the racecar in an instant. Porsche aims for the year 2026 to release the GT4 E-Performance to customers.