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By Yoann Besnard on 22 November 2007 | (4) Comments | Permalink
Four aspiring car designers from the Institut Superieur de Design in France have revealed their own vision of what the future of Porsche cars might be.
Dubbed Carma Concept, the sports coupé features a unique floor, which features two tunnels running the length of the body. More interesting, the car is equipped with two variable portholes to replace the traditional spoilers. The air flows into the car and then exits at the rear end. With both technologies, the four designers' goal is to suck the car onto the road at high speed.
The overall shape vaguely reminds Porsche cars by taking inspiration from current and past models. The most interesting exterior detail is the stern, which features a design inspired by the Porsche 928.
Posted by: hfkfhdfk | May 10, 2008 7:56:34 PM
WHAT A FABULOUS CAR!!!
Posted by: gazzab20 | Feb 19, 2010 5:26:04 PM
sick car i want 1!!!!
Posted by: gazzab20 | Feb 19, 2010 5:26:49 PM
Posted by: joao fialho | Oct 10, 2010 1:19:47 AM
muito bem desenhado...