Porsche builds some of the greatest cars in the world. But their design studio doesn't just make production cars; it also mocks up fascinating designs for concepts the brand could theoretically build. Many of those have not been seen before by the public; until now, however. Porsche is now releasing them as part of a project called Porsche Unseen.
Below are a few of our favorites, including a van, an off-roading 911, and a V2-powered (you read that correctly) sports coupe.
This model from 2012 was a reinterpretation of 1970s 911 rally cars with a raised suspension and Martini livery.
This Spyder hard model was a 2019 design study meant to study features like the modern version of the roll bar.
The Renndienst hard model is a futuristic six-seater electric van model Porsche whipped up in 2018. It's probably not practical for fleets, though we certainly would want one.
This clay model was intended to be a road-going version of Porsche's Le Mans-winning 919 race car.
This 2016 clay model is a modern, mid-engined V8 take on the Porsche 550 coupe.
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This 2013 model is an off-roading, two-door Macan with chunky fender flares. It looks sort of like Porsche trying to make a prettier version of the Isuzu Vehicross.
From 2013, this is a model of a lightweight sports coupe using a 1.2-liter Ducati V2 motorcycle engine.
This model from 2019 is a what-if futuristic single-seater hypercar building on the 919.
This clay model from 2016 is all-electric racer inspired by the Porsche 916 prototype from the 1970s.
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