JamesJT

[PORSCHE] Porsche Mission E Coupe 3S

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JamesJT   

All electric, 3 seat, "baby" Porsche concept car. In real life it would be exactly the same size as the original 911.

Independent suspension, 4 wheel drive, 4 wheel steering and a servo operated clutch on both axels.

It is full RC so it can drive and steer but can also use the clutch to free wheel and brake - just like a real electric car.

It was inspired by Ferry Porsche's Typ 52 3 seat sports car from 1933, the Mission E concept from 2015 and many Porsches in between.

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Looks really good, especially with the gold rims.

If anybody from Porsche is listening I'd also like a RWD version with a small petrol engine and manual gearbox.

Great idea!!

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JamesJT   

would have liked to see more functions.

I knew every part added would slow the car down so I had to keep it basic. It is electric so it doesn't need a gearbox but it does have the servo clutch.

I would have liked the main section of the roof to slide over the back window like a giant sunroof. I may give that a try as there is still a few weeks to the deadline.

What other functions did you have in mind?

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how many blue panels were needed for this car??? And how much did it cost for them?

It uses 19x 19844 and 48x 24116, they averaged £1.50 each including postage so about £100. I already had most of them from building my Corvette and the blue Stratos before that.

The green 18944 panels are £0.70 on Lego S@H, this will be much cheaper to build when the blue ones become available.

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