Porsche Vision Turismo (2016)

Porsche Vision Turismo (2016), 2020, Porsche AG

Status: hard model in scale 1:1

The basic idea: the shiny silver prototype was first developed as an experimental study of a super sports car with four doors and a rear engine. "But then we discovered that the idea could be implemented even better with a purely electric drive," Mauer recalls. So the Porsche Vision Turismo served as a blueprint for the development of the Porsche Taycan.

Porsche Vision "racing service" (2018)

Porsche vision “Renndienst” (2018; 1:1 hard model), 2020, Porsche AG

Status: hard model in scale 1:1

The basic idea: what might a Porsche for up to six people look like if a feeling of spaciousness was the goal? The design team answered this question with an unusual concept car: the Porsche Vision "racing service". The body of the car is designed from a single mould and forgets all conventions. In the cockpit, the driver sits in a single seat that takes up little space in the autonomous driving mode. In the rear, passengers feel like they’re in a comfortable and spacious lounge.

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The book "Porsche Unseen" is now available in stores under the ISBN number 978-3-667-11980-3. On 328 pages the design studies are presented in detail with impressive photos by Stefan Bogner and informative texts by Jan Karl Baedeker. It is published by Delius Klasing Verlag and is also available in the shop of the Porsche Museum.

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