Video: Porsche 9P1 Concept Rendered by French Students

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Three French students tackled the challenge of rendering a new Porsche concept based on the Spyder 918 concept and the classic 550.

A trio of French students from the Institut Superieur de Design have put their skills to the test, imagining and rendering a new Porsche concept. Dubbed the Porsche 9P1, it appears to be a slick combination of the front of the Spyder 918 concept from the 2010 Geneva Motor Show and the rear of the classic Porsche 550. The aggressive front-end of the 9P1 alludes to the well-received 918 Spyder concept, while it maintains a few design lines and it is rear-engined.

The rear is a bit extended to make way for the aforementioned engine and is designed like the Porsche 550, wearing only a single entry exhaust.

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The 3D animation students are Vincenzo La Mantia, Sebastien Baudemont and Thomas Pignol. Ludovic Joppe served as the Transportation Designer. Check out the photos and video of their work and let us know what you think about the artistic design of the Porsche 9P1 Concept.

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