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Three years after the original Mission E concept debuted, Porsche revealed the Mission E Cross Turismo concept in Geneva.

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Unlike the first Mission E, the Cross Turismo concept is a closer representation of a production vehicle with four regular doors. 

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With a 800-volt architecture, Porsche says the Cross Cabriolet can be charged to about 248 miles of range in just 15 minutes.

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The Cross Cabriolet's two motor drivetrain produces approximately 590 horsepower.

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Porsche says the Cross Turismo can reach 60 mph in less than 3.5 seconds.

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From a design standpoint, the concept features Porsche design staples such as a flat hood and pronounced front fenders.

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A raised center console, dual 11-inch screens and head-up display highlight the concept's interior.

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Like the original Mission E, the Cross Turismo features a four passenger cabin. 

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To up handling abilities, the Cross Turismo is equipped with rear axle steering and an air suspension.

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The Cross Turismo's all-wheel drive system features torque vectoring capabilities to each individual wheel.

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