Stuttgart firm issues tease of new concept study that will make its public debut at revived event in Germany.
Porsche has teased a “future-oriented” concept car that will be revealed at the Munich motor show next month.
The Stuttgart firm posted on Twitter a single close-up image of a headlight. The caption that said Porsche is “looking to the future” with the “world premiere of a future-oriented concept study” but offered no further details.
At @iaamobility, #Porsche is looking to the future, celebrating the world premiere of a future-oriented concept study on 6 September – live on https://t.co/e3Er20H448. #Porsche #IAA21 #PorscheIAA2021 pic.twitter.com/7gDaGQjG7d
— Porsche Newsroom (@PorscheNewsroom) August 16, 2021
The LED headlights feature a distinctive design that hasn’t previously been seen on any Porsche. The term “concept study” suggests that that the model is likely to be some form of forward-looking, brand-shaping design, rather than closely previewing a forthcoming production car.
The suggestion the concept is “future-oriented” means it will almost certainly feature some level of electrification. Porsche has already launched the Taycan luxury sedan as its first EV and is currently working on an electric-only next-generation Macan SUV.
Porsche is also developing a BMW i4-rivalling electric saloon.