Team Project: Porsche Mission E

In a late evening chat between the team members, we had a spark of idea, "we should do a team "chop", just like the good old days. The seed has been planted and so we searched for a subject, we all agreed on Mission E, as it had the classic Porsche lines, but with a twist. We loved the buldgy fenders and the low waist line, but it was a 4-door coupe, so that had to go away.

Team Project: Porsche Mission E

This is how it all started, we chose a base photo and each of us started sketching ideas. We started by converting it to a 2-door Coupe, similar to the 911, we kept all proportions intact. One of the team members had the idea about incorporating something "green" in the front fender and that's how we came up with the idea. We loved the neatly sculpted Porsche gave the car, but we took it further by inserting carbon fiber to the mixture.
Side skirts were already exhausting a sporty feel, but there was room from improvement and the carbon blades came into the show. We think they complete the overall look.
 
Around the back, that's where the most changes happened and most visible, but we wanted to express a sense of lightweight. We modified the diffusser, we know it's an e-car, but we turned it into a hybrid, so think about a bitter-sweet combination, as the diffusser is a bit more aggressive and it's being complemented by carbon blades, a gimmick inspired by Weissach 918. In the middle, a center exhaust founded a home and it does look proper.
 
We mentioned that in our idea, this was turned into a hybrid, being a Porsche, engine is in the back. The trunk is now hosting an self-retractable spoiler, which also has a cooling role, just like a 911 Turbo. 
 
We loved the white theme, it fits this car, so we gave it some green details for obvious reasons. As for wheels, these were provided and custom rendered for this project, they are ML24 F1-15C, special designed with centerlocks.
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Team Project: Porsche Mission E
Team Project: Porsche Mission E
Team Project: Porsche Mission E
Team Project: Porsche Mission E