The futuristic Porsche Project 411 supercar concept presentedSeptember 18, 2020
Independent artists presented their vision of what the German automaker’s brand new supercar might look like. The virtual novelty boasts an autonomous control system, an electric powertrain, and very impressive dynamic characteristics.
The future of automotive design is anyone’s guess. Autonomous driving technologies, all-electric motors and changing consumer tastes can all define / redefine the look of the cars of the future. This is exactly what independent artists Hussein Almossavi and Marine Miftiu did when they developed the Porsche Project 411 concept.
This is far from the 911 we know today. The car also bears little resemblance to current Porsche models.
Part of the appeal of a car is the world in which designer Hussain Almossawi imagine it. The supercar’s high speeds (400 km / h) would only be achieved with inductive charging on the go, which would require high-tech inductive charging strips under the roads. The technology would also allow the vehicle to carry a much smaller battery, which would improve driving dynamics.
Inside, the concept has an expansive interior that follows the curves and lines of the exterior. It lacks headroom, but it does so on purpose, giving passengers enough legroom to enjoy long autonomous highway rides. The interior also features light strips that create a sophisticated design on the dashboard and seats.
It’s been a year since Porsche unveiled the Taycan, its first all-electric car, and it won’t be the last. Porsche plans to electrify many more models in the future. Combine that with autonomous technology and built-in inductive charging, and you have a recipe for a whole new driving experience.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote about the tmo that Porsche is conducting the final tests of the updated 911 GT3. A prototype of a new generation Porsche 911 GT3 sports coupe was spotted on tests. At this stage of testing, the new product was compared with the version of the model that is currently available on the market. The changes in appearance can already be seen.
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