While the 911 dominates the Porsche brand, there are some special projects that have never been released.
While Porsche prides itself on creating models that violate the laws of design and performance, the brand continues its innovation behind closed doors until the right time for a formal unveiling. Over the years as an industry leader and a favorite of fans, Porsche has shown the automotive world some of the most influential models that have helped shape the sports car market as it is today. Sadly, many Porsche concept vehicles still do not see the light of day due to various reasons and interpretations. Porsche is proud to announce its new Vision GT concept, as well as highlight some of the never-before-seen concepts.
Porsche Mission R.
Racing is still the beating heart of Porsche. And with the Mission R concept unveiled in 2021, the company has presented its vision for the future customer race. It’s a fully electric Porsche racer made from innovative materials, and with a kind of eye-catching level of acceleration and power that you’d expect from people who brought you the award-winning Taycan All-Electric Sportscar.
Porsche 984 concept
Between 1984 and 1987, the Porsche Development Center in Weissach, Germany, was working on a top-secret prototype called the Porsche 984. Conceived as a lightweight, aerodynamic roadstar, it was designed to provide an affordable entry-point into the Porsche range. . Engineers at Porsche wanted to make the 984 fun, so the weight was kept low and the engine power was moderate. It also had a folded hard-top roof, which was quite a novelty at the time. Unfortunately, the project was postponed in 1987 due to the fall of the US dollar.
Porsche Le Mans Living Legend
The 550 Spider is one of the most iconic cars produced by Porsche, but the first sports car designed for racing from Juffenhausen was a hard-topped version, the 550 Coupe. And this is the car that inspired the legendary looking Le Mans Living Legend.
Styled in a VW Racing Service van (‘renn’ is an abbreviation of the German word ‘rennen’, or racing, when ‘dienst’ means service) used by the factory racing team, this future minivan has room for six and a modular travel cabin. There are. Importantly, this is more of a Porsche, a reindeer than a practical bus. Combining sport with comfort, the driver sits in a central lounge chair, which gives passengers a larger view of the front street and takes up less cabin space than a conventional row seat. The 2018 Randynst has hints of an exciting future for all-electric drives and autonomous power and sports car brands.
Porsche Pan American
Panamericana is a fictional Mexican road race, considered by many to be the toughest in the 1950s, whose name will later serve as the inspiration for naming the Porsche Panamera Sports Saloon and Sport Turismo. The Porsche Panamericana, however, was a roadstar concept study that the ferry would become one of the best birthday gifts found in the Porsche.