Porsche Teases Previously Unseen Model

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It looks like an exotic speedster.

Porsche is one of the world's most beloved auto manufacturers. Not only does it build extremely capable sports cars and SUVs, but also has some of the most timelessly beautiful designs under its wings, and as it turns out, the company has been hiding a ton of them in the vaults of its Weissach design studio. In a social media statement, the brand announced that it would be sharing a number of hidden designs over the next two weeks.

"Secrets have always been kept hidden behind the doors of the Porsche Design Studio in Weissach. Until now. The first #PorscheUnseen teaser harks back to the days of sports racing cars of the '50s." the post says.

With new models such as the all-electric Tycan on sale, Porsche's design team is surely doing something right.


The upcoming model year is certainly going to be a busy one for the Stuttgart based company and will see the introduction of cars such as the hardcore 911 GT3 and 25 Year Edition of the 718 Boxster, all beautiful cars, but a newly released photo from Porsche shows something much more exotic.

The car pictured looks to be more special than an ordinary production car and features a speedster-style shape reminiscent of the Porsche 550 Spyder. The front-end shows off a slim windshield and a large vented hood, as well as boxy vertical headlights.

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The rest of the body features seriously flared fenders and a rear engine bay vent that resembles that of a 992 Porsche 911. Clearer pictures of this angular beast would be appreciated, as would some information from Porsche as to the thought process behind the car. If this is the first hidden design to be released from Porsche, then we can't wait to see what the next two weeks will hold.

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