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Watch the Porsche Taycan electric concept on mountain roads in new DJI Mavic 2 drone footage

In a solid cross-promotional effort, DJI released some beautiful new drone footage of the Porsche Taycan electric concept driving on mountain roads filmed with their new DJI Mavic 2.

There are a lot of exciting things about Porsche’s first all-electric vehicles – mainly the deployment of the first 800-volt battery and charging system in a passenger car.

But the car’s design itself might actually end up being its biggest selling point if it looks anything close to the Mission E concept on which it is based on.

The vehicle, which was first unveiled back in 2015, already won several awards for its design years before its production launch and it is clear why in this new footage of the vehicle driving on the tallest mountain in Austria:

DJI recently launched its next-generation Mavic 2 drones (the $1,250 DJI Mavic 2 Zoom and the $1,450 DJI Mavic 2 Pro). To learn more about drones, you can visit our sister site

It looks like DJI got rare access to the Porsche Taycan prototype to use as the subject from some promotional footage filmed with their new drones.

The production Porsche Taycan is not expected to be released until the end of next year, but Porsche has been nonetheless ramping up its marketing effort over the last year.

The German automaker has released several new promotional images and footage, as well as interviews with the people behind the vehicle.

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