Porsche GT Vision Truck

Dec 5, 2018

Category: Rides

A couple of years ago designer Alexander Imnadze, who’s worked for the likes of Alfa Romeo and Ford, created the absolutely stunning Porsche GT Vision 906/917 competition vehicle concept. Now, Imnadze is back at it again, following up his gorgeous Le Mans race car with the Porsche GT Vision truck.

This isn’t just an elaborate race car transporter either, it’s a hybrid that doubles as a race truck so it can get some action on the track as well. It has a futuristic, smooth wraparound windscreen, customizable LED headlights, and rearview cameras. The muscular, heavy-duty truck also features taillights inspired by the 2020 Porsche 911, air vents, and a stylishly integrated spoiler. The design is void of any exhaust pipes, so we can assume it’s an all-electric vehicle. What we know for sure is that it’s the most striking transport truck concept we’ve ever seen.

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