Russian designer Aksyonov Nikita is the one that built this digital bridge between Porsche's Group B-derived street monster and the carmaker's first electron juice-animated machine.
As those of you tuned into our Zuffenhausen tales know, this is the 1s and 0s master behind the Porsche 918 S imaginary facelift we showed you yesterday.
Speaking of the Mission E, the EV's influence might spread far beyond the Porsche crest. For one thing, we could expect the J1 platform underpinning the production version of the vehicle to spread to other Volkswagen Group vehicles once the E-Porscha makes its debut, a move that's scheduled to take place by the end of the decade.
Earlier this month, we talked about Audi and Porsche working together on future platforms and the J1 might be involved in the collaboration.
Ingolstadt uses a separate electric vehicle platform, the C-BEV that will make its debut next year, on the e-tron electric SUV - Audi is now accepting orders for the high-riding model. Nevertheless, the C-BEV is based on the VW Group's MLB architecture, so future Audi electric models could turn to the all-new, EV-destined J1 mentioned above.
Until we get to find out more details on Porsche's electric future, we're inviting you to feast your eyes on the pixels of this render.