This rendering of the new Group B Porsche 911 is wonderful!
Graphic designer Emre Husmen has published his interpretation of the modern Group B Porsche 911. The result is very convincing. But above all, a little reminder: the Group B Porsche 911 was designed to run in endurance races. The brand has approved 25 road vehicles called Strassenversion. The latter are radical cars capable of competing with the greatest supercars of the time.
The front of the prototype adopts a bumper with wider air intakes and carbon fibre parts. On the sides, there are new skirts and improved air intakes to better cool the engine, which is, as we recall, a flat six. At the rear, a carbon fibre diffuser accommodates two exhaust pipes. The fin is remarkably well integrated and blends perfectly with the car's line.
This imposing body kit does not look out of proportion, it suits the car very well and even gives off a rather unexpected form of elegance. Husmen displayed his car in various carefully chosen environments. Among them are the Nürburgring and the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Husmen would like the car to become a reality. He would like his Group B 911 to have a hybrid engine producing 1,000 hp! The man is currently looking for investors and business partners to make his dream come true.