Reminiscent of the legendary 911 Safari, which were used in the 1970s in the East African Safari Rally.
Porsche 911 (991) Vision Safari (2015)
The Porsche 911 Vision Safari a sports car-based rally car concept, designed and built by Porsche in 2012, based on the Porsche 911 (generation 991) and harkening back to the original car, the Porsche 911 SC Safari from 1978. The 911 Vision Safari concept features a raised suspension, reinforced wheel housings, large bumpers, a rally-focused cockpit with race seats and a roll cage, quad-exhaust tips, special Martini livery, and a special shelf mounted above a fan behind the seats, meant to cool down the driver’s helmet. Being a fully-driveable prototype, the concept showcased its off-roading capabilities by being tested on a gravel track at the Weissach test facility. being first driven by the designer, Michael Mauer, where Porsche tests their SUVs, the Cayenne and Macan. Performance remains the same as the standard Porsche 911 (generation 991).