Porsche to launch official Vision GT Concept

Porsche to launch official Vision GT Concept

As Car Magazine reports, Porsche will bring three new cars to GT Sport in the next months, including a new Vision GT concept.


So far the German carmaker was still missing among all the companies involved in the Vision GT project – at least officially: in fact, a few years ago a team of designers created a stunning, unofficial Porsche racer.

Porsche Vision GT 908 Long Tail Concept 2017 RSR Version

Porsche 908-04 Concept: the unofficial Vision GT

Porsche Vision GT 908 Long Tail Concept Design Sketch Render

Porsche Vision GT 908 Long Tail Concept Design Sketch Render

Back in 2016 a group of Chery designers developed a Porsche concept named 908-04 Long Tail Concept.

The team was contacted by Porsche and agreed on building together a story of the project as well as on revisiting the original concept. Below is a short documentary.

Porsche Vision GT 908 Long Tail Concept 2017 RSR Version

Porsche Vision GT 908 Long Tail Concept 2017 RSR Version

Porsche Vision GT 908 Long Tail Concept Interior

Porsche Vision GT 908 Long Tail Concept Interior

For more information check our previous article or visit the project’s official website.

(Source: Car Magazine, porschevisiongt.com)

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