While Porsche isn’t actively working on an electric 911 due to the weight of the batteries, we have no doubt that at some stage, an electric 911 will hit the market. So what could it look like?
For starters, it will probably be based around the next-generation 911, possibly debuting early next decade. That means it won’t look as same as the current model and could adopt styling traits from the upcoming Mission-E, the company’s first all-electric car coming in 2020.
As displayed in the rendering above, that could result in headlights similar to those of the Mission-E and radically different to those of any previous-generation 911, consisting of four individual light units rather than a single cluster. The shape of the doors could also become more angular in a departure from the existing model, one which is dominated by flowing body lines and curved edges.
The model created by RC82Workchop then sits on a set of wheels from the Porsche 918 Spyder and includes a classically-styled rear wing.
Will an electric 911 become a reality? Yes. Will it spark controversy? Sure. Should it look like this? What say you?