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In the realm of aerodynamics, the teardrop shape reigns supreme, effortlessly slicing through the air with minimal resistance, much like a well-executed drift on a deserted track. Now, picture that sleek teardrop silhouette merging with the adrenaline-soaked spirit of a professional race car. Enter the Porsche Mission S by the visionary Zhe Huang.
Crafted during Huang’s stint at studiokurbos in Shanghai, the Mission S isn’t officially tied to the Porsche stable, but it certainly taps into the German brand’s racing DNA. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill Cayman or 911; it’s a hyper-racing MPV that stares tradition in the face and says, “Step aside, I’ve got a racetrack to conquer!”
Gone are the days of overly aggressive race cars flaunting vents and grooves like they’re going out of style. The Mission S opts for a more refined approach, a smooth design with flowing surfaces that seamlessly come together. Forget the curvy, rounded-headlight look – this beast means business, drawing inspiration from the streamlined elegance of the Porsche 908 and Vision Gran Turismo.
Measuring in at 5.6m long, 2.1m wide, and 1.26m tall, the Mission S accommodates five, including a professional racer, in its supercar-inspired cockpit. It’s a futuristic marvel, with light strips adorning the front headlights and a centrally-located taillight, giving the car an otherworldly glow.
Speaking of variants, the Mission S offers a choice between the White and the Black. The White caters to comfort seekers, providing a friendly ride for those who prefer cruising. On the flip side, the Black variant is the speed demon, promising faster thrills and featuring a spoiler to keep you glued to the asphalt when the pedal meets the metal.
Step inside, and you’ll find a 1+2+2 seating format, accommodating up to five occupants. The elongated doors open up to a panoramic view, thanks to the windshield stretching from front to back, interrupted only by same-color pillars and roof. It’s a bubble-like experience, letting you soak in the scenery as the Mission S effortlessly zips through the urban landscape.
Under the hood, or perhaps more accurately, under the futuristic body, the Mission S seems to embrace an electric drivetrain, blending power and efficiency in a tantalizing package. The front vents aren’t discarded; they’re retained, perhaps for cooling and airflow, hinting at the electric heart beating within.
While the Mission S is currently a fan-made concept without the official Porsche nod, it stands as a testament to what could be – a 5-seater format that doesn’t compromise on spaciousness, coupled with a sleek teardrop tail that slices through the air like a hot knife through butter. It’s not just a car; it’s an invitation to experience the S trifecta – Speed, Spaciousness, and a Subversive driving Experience. So buckle up, because this isn’t your typical Sunday drive; it’s a journey into the future of automotive exhilaration.
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