I say "happy," but Yanko Design's Troy Turner describes this Porsche Nassau as a "leaner, meaner Porsche SUV." Sharp and slit-like headlights beam from a rigidly molded hood, which conceals a plug-in hybrid powertrain like the one that can be found in the existing 918 model.
Designer Gery Ancira has developed a body with dimensions similar to the Porsche Cayman, yet smaller still. Despite the fact that this concept car would be the tiniest of the German automotive brand, the suggestion is that it would accommodate four passengers, rather than the expected two.
The design of this mini Prosche SUV demonstrates an interest in making vehicles even more compact. European roads especially are increasing in congestion, so more space-efficient luxury cars are hot commodities.
This Concept for a Small Porsche SUV Gives Motorists a Happy Medium
1. Compact Luxury Vehicles - Designing smaller luxury vehicles to address increased congestion on roads.
2. Plug-in Hybrid Powertrains - Developing plug-in hybrid powertrains for compact luxury vehicles.
3. Space-efficient Luxury Cars - Creating space-efficient luxury cars to meet the demand for compact vehicles in congested areas.
1. Automotive - The automotive industry has opportunities to innovate with compact luxury vehicles and plug-in hybrid powertrains.
2. Electric Vehicle - The electric vehicle industry can explore the development of plug-in hybrid powertrains for compact luxury vehicles.
3. Urban Mobility - Urban mobility industry can cater to the demand for space-efficient luxury cars in congested areas.