The network has declassified the successor to the Porsche 918 SpyderAugust 28, 2019
Media showed render images of the new supercar. The company does not yet have a clear idea of what the 918 Spyder receiver should be like. Therefore, experts expect the appearance of new items only by 2025.
Automotive portal Motor1 has published renderings of a new supercar, which is destined to take the place of the Porsche 918 Spyder. Recall that the latest Porsche 918 Spyder samples were assembled four years ago. At this stage, the production of the flagship hypercar was turned off. Now, auto experts are talking about the successor to the hybrid supercar, whose appearance, according to their forecasts, should take place no earlier than 2025. This delay is due to the fact that the current battery that Porsche has today is unlikely to be suitable for a car of this level. Also, the brand has not yet decided on the design of the future news.
Either the brand will choose a retro style in the spirit of its iconic models, or experiment with a futuristic design.
In the meantime, independent artist Invisive has created render images of a possible successor to the Porsche 918 Spyder with a mid-engine layout. The appearance of this car is very organic and aggressive in a good way. The project was called Porsche 988 Vision. Probably in front of us is a hybrid or electric car. The car receives elegant wheel arches, multi-spoke wheels, as well as a spectacular front bumper in the spirit of the current Macan.
Under the hood of the new hypercar, an electric power plant may be hiding, whose power will exceed 1,000 horsepower. This is quite real for the middle of the next decade, provided new batteries are introduced.
Meanwhile, the first renderings of the updated Toyota Land Cruiser 200 appeared on the web. Spy shots of the car news served as the basis for these images.
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