What do you get when you cross a Taycan and a Porsche GT Le Mans racer?
Last year Porsche unveiled the new 911 RSR which will compete in the FIA Endurance Championship. This new race car will repeat the success of the previous model, which has won numerous FIA and 24 Hours of Le Mans victories. The new Porsche 911 RSR features a 4.2 L flat-six producing 515 bhp.
And what would happen if Porsche decided to abandon the combustion engine for the electric motor? The solution is simple, the Taycan will have to be brought into competition. This is what Russian artist Aksyonov Nikita has virtually done. Moreover, if this car were to see the light of day, it would be much more powerful than the production version, already not stingy in performance.
So here is the Porsche Taycan RSR via two renderings! At the front, the car keeps the same lights as the series production version. However, the front grille has been modified with an enlarged air intake for more aggressiveness and exposed latches on the hood. There's only one windscreen wiper stopped in the middle position, like on most racing cars.
At the rear, the Taycan RSR, mimics the style of the 911 RSR with a huge spoiler and a large diffuser at the bottom. The rear doors have of course been removed and replaced with large air intakes. Two antennas are present on the roof in order to analyse all the technical parameters during a race.