Porsche unveils a number of unseen hypercars

Date:17 November 2020 Author: Kyro Mitchell

German supercar maker Porsche has a long and illustrious history of producing some of the world’s fastest vehicles, including the iconic 911 turbo, the 918 Spyder, and the Carrera GT. There are however a number of vehicles that the automaker has produced which have never been seen by the public, until now.

To shed more light on these unseen vehicles, Porsche has started a new series called “Porsche Unseen”, in which the company opens the gates to the development centre’s secret archives.

Take a look at some of the craziest unseen hypercars Porsche has produced over the years below.

Porsche 906 Living Legend (2015)

“In this vision of a super sports car, the Porsche 906 provided the proportions and design cues. Particularly innovative is the visual impression of the car being two bodies pushed into each other. The gap between the elements serves as a ventilation duct for a powerful mid-engine.”

Porsche Vision 920 (2019)

“With the Porsche Vision 920 the design team has created an extreme hypercar. The aerodynamically optimised body and the central cockpit blur the boundaries between racing track and road.”

Porsche 919 Street (2017)

“With the Porsche 919 Hybrid, Porsche has won the 24 hours of Le Mans three times. Based on the LMP1 racing car, Michael Mauer and his team developed this vision of a special series for private racing drivers.”

Porsche will continue this series over the new over the next few weeks and will continue to provide updates on any other unseen hypercars it has locked away development centre’s secret archives.

Picture: Porsche

Latest Issue :

December 2020