There were some pretty big EV bombs dropped at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. We learned that the BMW i Vision Dynamics Concept would indeed become a production car called the BMW i4. We also saw the prototype of the upcoming Audi e-tron SUV. Porsche also had its own EV debut, something that received more attention than any of its high-performance 911 variants — the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo Concept.

This new fully electric Porsche is based on the original Mission E Concept that debuted last year. Except, this car has been wagonized and been given a bit of a ride height lift. While that isn’t usually a good look for cars, at least in my opinion, the Mission E Cross Turismo seems to pull it off. I think that’s because it looks a lot like the Panamera Sport Turismo, just slightly lifted and with more flared wheel arches. In fact, I actually think it looks really good.

While still just a concept, this Mission E Cross Turismo looks to be near production-ready. Everything about its exterior seems like it could go into production tomorrow and its interior, while still a bit concept-y, looks very good and perfectly functional. This may be one of the least concept-like EV concepts we’ve seen in a long time. And we think it looks good.

The cabin is filled with touchscreens and LED lighting, making it look very futuristic. It also features some really nifty seats and a cool cargo area. Inside, it looks like something out of Altered Carbon. Which is what you want from a futuristic electric car.

Under its electric-Audi-Allroad styling lie two electric motors, one at each axle. According to Porsche, they combine to make 590 hp and can get the Mission E Cross Turismo from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Porsche also claims that it will have 800-volt charging capability that will allow it to charge up to 200 miles of range in just 15 minutes. So it will charge as fast as it accelerates.

This will likely be the first all-electric car Porsche makes, as its larger body style is not only easier to accommodate electric powertrains but these sort of high-riding wagons are quite popular today and it will likely sell better this way. So expect this to become a reality in the coming years.