This probably isn’t what you think. Porsche’s first vehicle dates back to 1898 and it was electric. Jacob Kastrenakes:
The first Porsche ever made has been recovered from a shed in Austria where it sat for over 100 years. The vehicle is called the “Egger-Lohner electric vehicle, C.2 Phaeton model” — nicknamed the “P1” for short — and was created by Ferdinand Porsche himself in 1898.
An electric car from 1898?
Porsche says that the vehicle was capable of traveling nearly 50 miles at a time and had a max speed of about 22 miles per hour. The vehicle’s motor weighed 287 pounds and is said to have been able to deliver 3 horsepower during usual performance with bursts of up to 5 horsepower to achieve its maximum speed. The full vehicle weighed nearly 3,000 pounds and relied on over 1,000 pounds of battery.