Porsche Citroen 911 DS: The Perfect Car

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Porsche Citroen 911 DS  is the result of mashing up two of the world’s most beautiful automobiles – the Porsche 911 and the Citroen DS. The project was led by former Inter Box Mechanics engineer Stewart Johnson, and the result is quite impressive to say the least.

The Car of the Century awards officially appointed the German made Porsche 911 and the French built Citroen DS as two of the most beautiful vehicles on the road, but who would have ever thought to fuse the 2 cars into one vehicle? The visual communications company at Brandpowder, that’s who. The new Porsche Citroen 911 DS takes the best parts and design aesthetics from each of the models, and places them into one car, a car that is being called the “Perfect Car.” It almost looks like a retro version of the Porsche Panamera. Check out some of the photos below.

Porsche Citroen 911 DS 2

Porsche Citroen 911 DS 3

Porsche Citroen 911 DS 4

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