Schematic renderings of the battery pack showed a big cutout or gap in the rear seat where the feet are. That surprised me bc of the potential battery performance impact. Perhaps they’ve changed their mind though that would seem late in the game.
This line worries me aesthetically as it was much crisper and 911-like on the Mission-e. Now it has become the line that is most Panamera like and I do understand that they need headroom in the back seat but, they did go to great length and gouge out big holes in the battery skateboard to lower the backseats significantly to the detriment of range. With that I would have hoped they could have kept the crisper Mission-e line...... so I guess black will not be my color of choice at least not with tinted windows since the uniformity of it accentuates this unfortunate ergonomic line.......
yes these are the holes I mean. they allow Porsche to put the actual seat flat on the battery and lower the feet into these two wells that could have been range......... and should have given us a lower roof line in the back. what i understand they have not gotten rid of them but if they have they gave priority to range over styling........... which is both good and bad i guess.Schematic renderings of the battery pack showed a big cutout or gap in the rear seat where the feet are. That surprised me bc of the potential battery performance impact. Perhaps they’ve changed their mind though that would seem late in the game.
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