Porsche secret prototypes: Cayenne Cabrio and others!

German sports car brand Porsche , YouTube channel with the Top 5 series of important milestones in the history of sharing with its followers. The brand's new video has revealed 5 hidden prototypes , which form the basis of today's iconic models .

Porsche's unmistakable 5 prototypes!

One of the prototypes shared by the brand is Porsche 984 , a roadster . Developed between 1984 and 1987, the car would target more young customers with an estimated price of $ 14,000 . With a 2.0-liter boxer engine, the 984 did not seem to be too ambitious with 135 hp and a top speed of 220 km / h. However, the sporty driving dynamics of the vehicle weighing 880 kilograms were more prominent. Porsche's low sales figures in that period hampered production of 984.

Number four is the Cayenne Cabrio, which Porsche developed with great hopes . Although the model was designed in 2002, it has managed to maintain its current status with its unique line. The concept of combining SUV genes with the Targa ceiling and its three-door structure is a concept of confusion. In the rear, the car is split between the two designs, and the vehicle is split in the middle and one of them is asked to be selected. Unfortunately, however, the project has been shelved without this preference.

The Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Speedster does not deserve to be a prototype with its unmistakable design. Inspired by the Speedster models of the 1950s, the vehicle looked quite interesting with its single-seat and deflector that surrounded the cockpit. 1987 model 911 Carrera Speedster, 231 horsepower and 245 km / h speed, but the one-man concept was not accepted. In 1989, this concept evolved to the normal name was released.

In the list of two, there is Panamericana , one of the most diverse models in the history of Porsche . For the 80th anniversary of Ferry Porsche, the 1989 car was designed in only 6 months. Porsche Panamericana, which attracts attention with its zippered roof structure and aggressive side lines, produced 250 horsepower with its 3.6 liter 6 cylinder engine . Although the model that was considered as a single sample was appreciated and pulsed for mass production, the project could not be realized because economic conditions did not allow.

The first of the prototypes is the Porsche 918 Spyder . In fact, the same version of the mass production version, the hybrid system to show the press in 2012 was converted into a Rolling Chassis version. Therefore, the almost completely naked model produces 550 horsepower.

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