This Porsche Taycan Coupe Shows What An EV Equivalent of The 911 Could Look Like
Porsche, like many automotive companies, is working towards a carbon-neutral future. And while electrification is not the only environmentally-friendly solution Porsche is working on, it’s still a big part of their future. The Porsche Panamera’s EV counterpart, Porsche Taycan, proves that and the Porsche 911 is also heading the electrification route, from next year. But what would a Taycan-inspired, EV equivalent to the 911 look like? Design studio 2NCS gives us an idea with this Porsche Taycan Coupe.
This Porsche 911 E Rendering Is A Subtle Nod To The Classic 935
We can all agree that 911 is the definitive Porsche model. It’s the car you think about when you hear Porsche. But in times where everyone is heading towards electrification, one has to ask, what the future of the Porsche 911 is. A rendering done by Sandor Boldog gives us a good idea of what might be the future EV equivalent of the Porsche 911.
This Crazy Mix Of Porsche 911, Maserati Gran Turismo, And Nissan 350Z Will Make Your Day
Man’s imagination knows no bounds and when it comes to cars, we often see some truly epic creations. Luckily, the internet makes it possible for us to see these creations, and this interesting mix of Porsche Maserati and Nissan is the latest we have stumbled upon.
The Greatest Luxury Performance Sedans We Never Got
Performance luxury sedans are the perfect middle ground for those seeking comfort, practicality and performance in a single package. And while we have gotten plenty of great examples like the BMW M5, Mercedes AMG GT63, Porsche Panamera, and others, there are those that came to us as concepts, but never delivered in the real world. Here are the most prominent culprits.
Porsche Adds New Classic Colors To Its Paint-To-Sample Program
Porsche is a car manufacturer that prides itself not only with first-class engineering, but also exclusivity. Porsche Exclusive Manifaktur has recognized the increased demand for custom colors, in recent years and has introduced the new Paint to Sample and Paint to Sample Plus options. After Porsche’s Sonderwunsch program, this is the next step in exclusivity for the German carmaker.
Supercar Blondie Checks Out The Only Street Legal Porsche 919 In Existence
These Are Porsche’s Three Greatest Designs According To Frank Stephenson
When you think of Porsche, most often you think of the Porsche 911. Saying that the rear-engine sports car is the brand’s most definitive model has turned into a trite cliché. A while back, we covered Frank Stephenson’s guide to Aston Martin’s three greatest designs. Now, as part of his YouTube series, he is giving us his take on the three greatest designs from Porsche.
This Widebody Porsche Taycan Rendering Will Scratch Your NFS Underground Itch
Sometimes you see something on the internet and think “why don’t they make it in real life?” This is exactly the case, at least to us, for this Porsche Taycan RWB rendering, which looks like it belongs in the latest “Need for Speed” game. The project is actually done by a digital designer that goes by the name “Shashank Das”. In fact, not long ago, we featured another creation of his – an orange widebody Mazda RX-7, quite similar to what we see here, in terms of modifications.
A Modern, Electric Porsche 928 Would Really Strengthen Porsche’s EV Lineup
The Porsche 928 came in 1977 with the intention of succeeding 911. Although that never happened, the 2+2 gran tourer still left a mark and, even today, has a cult following. The recent transition to electrification on behalf of carmakers (Porsche included) suddenly created new opportunities for car companies to bring back iconic names. This is where ex VW designer Guilherme Knop, with help from CGI expert João Schendel, come in. Together, they created a hypothetical modern-day successor to the Porsche 928.
How Does This Porsche 356A Speedster Tickle the Fanboy In You?
This 1973 Porsche Carrera RS "Obscura" Rendering Is Beyond Ridiculous
We are not saying that here at TopSpeed we have a knack for Porsche or for Khyzyl Saleem. That is easily noticeable from our weekly coverage.
It just so happens that occasionally, we get slapped with a couple of digitally-tweaked images that are so ridiculous that upon closer inspection, they somehow gain awesome status. It’s a must-share situation, really.
This Porsche 356 Restomod on a 911 Chassis Is Exactly What Porsche Needs to Do
The year was 1948 when the first car to wear the Porsche logo left the assembly line in Gmund, Austria. Named the 356, the roadster was fitted with a 1.1-liter air-cooled flat-four engine borrowed from Volkswagen which cranked out about 35 horsepower.
The 356 is the car that paved the way for the 911 and in an interesting plot twist, it’s a 911 chassis that might bring to life the 356, albeit in restomod version.
After Seeing This Rendering, We’re Convinced The Porsche Taycan Should’ve Been A Supercar
Let’s face it: the Taycan is an amazing sports car, nothing short of what we expected from Porsche in the first place. And when I say amazing I say capable of breaking one’s neck during full acceleration from a standstill but also capable of planting itself on the road like it’s on rails.
Then again, what if the Taycan belonged to the supercar species?
Porsche Is Finally Revealing Its Secret Models
Porsche has been around for almost 90 years, and in that time, the German automaker has been responsible for bringing to life some of the most beautiful cars the world has ever seen. From the legendary 356 to the 959 to the 911 to the 918 Spyder, the list of oh-so-beautiful Porsches that have hit the market runs long and proud. But as many as these models are, can you imagine how many designs of Porsche models are locked in a vault inside Porsche’s design studio in Weissach?
These models were never seen because they never made it to production, and while it’s unlikely that we’ll ever see any of them in real form, Porsche is taking the unprecedented step of pulling the curtains on these designs, revealing them for the very first time.
This Sinister Porsche 991 911 Has Been Coined A Visual Orgasm. Do You Agree?
Nowadays, the internet is packed with talented artists that render all sorts of impressive cars. Whether designed from scratch or based on existing cars, many of them are so cool that they deserve a place on an assembly line. This race-inspired Porsche 911 created by Khyzyl Saleem is definitely one of them.