story by pablo deferrari renderings by germain baillot, pierre fichet delavault, julie dicks and simon menu
These young designers embraced some of the 928's styling cues for what they were, pure genius in its execution. This single thought crystallizes the reason why these creations bear a striking resemblance to a car the defined modern thinking 20 years before its time and yet remained true to its Porsche roots without being blatantly obvious—even to this day.
This is exactly the thinking that should be utilized in Porsche design today. After all, the 911 can't possibly be the only model setting the tone for all of Porsche's designs...they're all beginning to look incredibly boring and long in the tooth and quite frankly, a little silly.