Watch the Porsche Mission E Get Sideways on the Nurburgring

The 'Ring is open for testing, and a whole bunch of manufacturers are taking advantage.

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Now that the Nurburgring is open for 2018, it seems everyone is starting to take advantage, including manufacturers. Industry test pool sessions are underway, which means all sorts of wild camouflaged sports cars are coming out to play.

One of those cars is the all-electric Porsche Mission E sedan, set to go on sale sometime in 2020. We've seen plenty of spy shots of the car so far, but this is the first time we've seen it hit the track in anger. This video, shot by Nurburgring regular , shows the Mission E getting sideways through the exit of Brünnchen, otherwise known as "YouTube corner."

The five-minute clip also gives us a look at the recently-unveiled Mercedes-AMG GT four-door, as well as a sneak-peak at the upcoming BMW 8-Series convertible. We can't wait to see what sorts of other cars will pop up as the Nurburgring test season progresses.

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