921 Vision Concept was submitted to Porsche as part of Anthony Colard’s application to work there.
Although the Porsche 928 was one of the company’s most controversial designs when it was first introduced in 1978, it has grown to become a timeless classic, boosting design elements that were never repeated on any of Porsche’s models. Looking to revive the legend while also clinching a job with the company, designer Anthony Colard came up with this awesome modern take on the classic 928, a design study nicknamed the Porsche 921 Vision Concept.
While Colard’s website doesn't tell us whether he actually got the job, it does detail a lot of elements embedded in the car’s design, which was imagined as a front-mounted, V8-powered, 400 horsepower autobahn cruiser. Colard gave the car 928-inspired head and taillights and a four-seat configuration in an aluminum body design, all with slick and simple body work and sans any sophisticated wings. The result is quite stunning, and we really have our fingers crossed, hoping this guy landed the job.