Now that the Porsche Mission E in its final stages of development, the German automaker has brought Mark Webber to its test track in Weissach to find out his impressions of the upcoming all-electric model.

With over 10 years of experience in Formula One and a successful stint with Porsche in the FIA World Endurance Championship, Webber’s input will certainly be something the development team will want to take into consideration when fine-tuning the Mission E.

“It’s a game changer, this car. Quite literally, it is stealth in motion. Still clearly a Porsche, it actually kept reminding me of the 919, as there were times were we could drive our Le Mans racer on e-motor alone,” said Webber.

“The gorgeous view from inside the cockpit over the front wheel arches is pure 918 and the way the four-wheel drive system puts its 600 hp down simply sensational,” he added. In March, Porsche provided some preliminary details about the Mission E, which is said to do zero to 100 km/h in less than 3.5 seconds.

It also stated the car’s dynamics is typical of a Porsche and would be a “real treat for any driver.” “I’m a bit of an old-school kind of guy and I love nothing more than to drive so I don’t mind admitting I had some reservations,” noted Webber.

“I thought that the Mission E could feel a little heavy but the driving experience is seriously dynamic: the four-wheel steering, the performance and the braking ability were a really amazing experience. I’ve driven lots of cars over the years that I’ve fallen for but the Mission E really stands out. I’m looking forward to driving it a lot more in the future,” he ended.

The prototype driven by Webber doesn’t differ much from what we’ve seen in previous spyshots, including those cosmetic tailpipes in the rear. The rest of the car appears similar to the similarly-named concept from 2015, albeit with a few revisions like on the headlamps.

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