rampstyle #22: Porsche Seen

In the recently published Porsche Unseen, the German sports car manufacturer treated our imagination to a selection of design studies that had been kept under lock and key until now. That seemed to us like a good opportunity to continue imagining. And so we’re treating you to a selection of our Unseen favorites, cast in stories and in real life. Just because. For us.
Text Michael Köckritz
Photo Michael Köckritz

The Porsche 919 Hybrid won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three times in a row. From 2015 to 2017. Its technology forms the basis for the Porsche 919 Street, which promises to make the overwhelming driving experience of the LMP1 race car available to amateur drivers as well. The supercar concept features the full carbon monocoque and 900-horsepower hybrid racing powertrain that carried the 919 Hybrid to victory. That immediately gets the film rolling in our heads.

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