The production Mission E, or whatever it will eventually be called, is expected to start around $85,000, or about as much as an entry-level Panamera.
This Porsche 964 911 Carrera RSR 3.8 is no joke. The lucky buyer had to pay for it $2,25 million, well when you have those money you're already the winner.
We still do remember those times when Porsche was mostly focusing on building front-engined coupes with excellent handling then it built its first Boxster
Everyone has a chance to choose between these two vehicles that are quite clearly different, yet also clearly leaders in what they do.