It all starts up front, where the headlights, whose inner graphics fall in line with those of the said EV model, are now connected via a massive display. The latter doesn't only change the way in which we perceive the front end, but also shows the vehicle's state of charge, for instance, displaying a flower that blossoms as the battery gets topped up.
Subtle widebody aside, the profile of the Porscha seems to sport carbon wheels (991 Turbo S Exclusive, anybody?), with the thin spokes allowing us to throw a glance at the carbon-ceramic brakes.
The headlight signature matches the futuristic style of the light clusters up front, while the ducktail spoiler adorning the posterior of the Zuffenhausen pixel work is joined by a wing that seems inspired from that of the... Ford Escort RS Cosworth (by the way, here's a rendering showcasing a modern take on the Cossie).
We can safely say this is one of the most eccentric pieces coming from digital artist Chris Labrooy - he's worked with Porsche before, for instance delivering uber-quirky official ads that put a smile on one's face. However, this project, which or may not have been officially approved, seems like it has a much stronger connection to the real world.
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Here is a concept study I have been working on for an electrified 911 996 generation. The main design intervention was to rethink those eccentric headlights to include a display that could communicate charging in an interesting way. In this instance a series of flowers bloom to indicate charging progress. The rear has a revised tail light and the overall stance is wider with some flared wheel arches. Lastly a rather large wing. #porsche #911carrera #design #concept