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Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Here's a worthy candidate successor of the Porsche 918

Making a new design of a car model can be done by anyone. Means both ordinary people and professionals can do it anytime and under any conditions. They are free to interpret the shape of their dream car in the design sketches.
Porsche Cyacan concept designed by Dalibor Vidojkovic said to be a worthy candidate successor of the Porsche 918. (Picture from: Formtrends)
This is also had done by a famous designer who had worked at Mercedes-AMG in Stuttgart named Dalibor Vidojkovic. He worked for the German automotive company as a senior exterior designer and it is known that in his eight years of as profesional was involved and responsible for facelifts of the Mercedes-AMG GT, Mercedes 222 S-Class, and many other AMG products.
Porsche Cyacan concept is described as the future purely styling concept car of Porsche based on the signature mid-engine hybrid sports car package and is meant to celebrate style, speed and power. (Picture from: Formtrends)
Besides that, he is also known to sketch a lot of car designs from various brands in his spare time. And in this time he did not design a Mercedes-AMG model instead a Porsche. He made this car design completely independently during the Covid-19 lockdown period when he was battling the severe disease.

Well, the Porsche Cyacan is the name used for the concept car design made by Dalibor Vidojkovic. The concept was made possible with the help of Piline Engineering Gmbh & Co KG. and is described as a purely styling concept based on the signature mid-engine hybrid sports car package and is meant to celebrate style, speed and power while imagining the design direction that the future Porsche cars. But unfortunately in the design concept, there are no figures or dimensions of strength that were disclosed.
Porsche Cyacan concept adapted the iconic forms of the world's classic racing of the '60s and '70s can also be seen in the helmet-likened concept car aerodynamic canopy. (Picture from: Formtrends)
Vidojkovic was a big fan of 1960s racing cars, and the Porsche Cyacan design concept seemed to embody the classic silhouette of a mid-engined car and the iconic shape of traditional race cars from the era. The designer further describes that the car concept exterior design is combine of muscle, shape and volume to support the strength, speed and power.
Porsche Cyacan concept seemed to embody the classic silhouette of a mid-engined car and the iconic shape of traditional race cars from the era. (Picture from: Formtrends)
Furthermore, the iconic forms of the world's classic racing of the '60s and '70s can also be seen in the helmet-likened concept car aerodynamic canopy is inspired by the Group C racing cars of that era featured with the metal windshield surround extends down into the hood and incorporates an aerodynamic flaps at the base, while the DLO's sleek shape is reminiscent of the famous Porsche 911 model.
Porsche Cyacan concept  is more classical and less distracting to emphasize the volumes for of the exterior design as wellas the overall proportions of the car. (Picture from: Formtrends)
Meanwhile, in terms of profile, the contrast of technical, fine and functional details is juxtaposed with the clean and muscular volumes of the surrounding panels. The front and rear end design, meanwhile, is more classical and less distracting to emphasize the volumes for of the exterior design as wellas the overall proportions of the car, which in our view looks similar to the Mercedes-AMG ONE concept car at first glance especially the rear.

dUE TO this is only a design concept WITHOUT figures or dimensions of strength that were disclosed. Of course there are no plans to build a working prototype. But it could a worthy successor of the Porsche 918 if the Porsche Research & Development Centre in Weissach had wanted to build one. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | FORMTRENDS ]
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