Porsche 929 Concept is a four seater automobile concept with gullwing doorways by designer Julliana Cho. The concept designed by the UK based designer is done on a two plus two coupe styling which has been a long standing tradition in motoring. The Porsche 928, Lamborghini Espada and Ferrari 330 GTC have all adhered to this formula and shows impressive results.
Porsche 929’s theoretical dimensions make it smaller than the Porsche Panamera but larger than the 911. Aside from the design itself, what makes the Porsche 929 stands out from the pack is Cho’s imaginative (though possibly impractical and expensive) car sharing scheme.
Tackling environmental and space issues, the designer imagines that the Porsche 929 Concept is a community-share vehicle with a private feel. Members of the car-club could access a vehicle at any time from a central “docking” station where a variety of 929s would charge on a cleverly designed rotating parking structure.
The design of the concept car came from the recent 918 Spyder Concept . It features a very sleek and aerodynamic body complete with LED headlights, rearward-opening scissor doors and much more. Also integrated into the design are unique side scoops, partially covered wheels and a rear end that looks very similar to BMW’s Vision Efficient Dynamics concept.