Porsche Unseen: 15 unpublished concepts from Stuttgart

Porsche Unseen: 15 unpublished concepts from Stuttgart
Over the years Porsche has always distinguished itself with its innovation without ever upsetting, as for example it is possible to see with the famous 911 that was introduced by Ferdinand Porsche in 1963 and still today, after 57 years and numerous updates, it is still the model. flagship of the brand.

While other manufacturers have changed the design of their vehicles more radically over the years, Porsche has always opted for incremental improvements without ever straying from what made the 911 famous when it was introduced; 6-cylinder boxer rear engine and unmistakable design.

Extreme rigor and predictability have characterized the German house since the very beginning, in fact only rarely is a totally new model presented and when this happens it is a particularly special moment, almost to mark on the calendar. A clear example is represented by the masterpieces of the caliber of Carrera GT or 918 Spyder, two cars that have literally upset the stylistic choices made by the Stuttgart house over the years.

Porsche Unseen

Porsche recently amazed its audience by releasing a selection of incredible images depicting some design studies of unpublished models conceived between 2005 and 2019; the numerous cars featured in these wonderful renders have unfortunately never seen the light of day.

The idea is as simple as it is brilliant; show fans the entire process of designing new cars by publishing a very detailed 328-page book called Porsche Unseen, with images by Stefan Bogner and texts by Jan Karl Baedeker.

Porsche 919 Street

Based on the award-winning 919 Hybrid race car, the Street version is built entirely of carbon and would have been powered by a less extreme version of the 900hp hybrid engine that distinguishes its sister.

Some of the prototypes featured in the book, such as the 919 Street, can then be admired in the Porsche museum.

Porsche Vision Spyder

With its spartan and essential design, embellished with red details, the Vision Spyder clearly recalls the Porsche 550 and the 1500 RS Spyder of 1954.

The concept was born mainly to study new interesting details, such as the ultramodern rollbar, to be applied to future cars of the Stuttgart brand.

These and other models are described in detail in the Porsche Unseen book, also available on Amazon soon. Here are some pictures:

Porsche Vision Renndienst

Porsche Vision 918 RS

Porsche 911 Vision Safari

Porsche 917 Living Legend

Porsche Vision Turismo

Porsche Vision 920

Porsche Le Mans Living Legend

Porsche Boxster Bergspyder



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