Sketched out by a talented automotive design student named Ege Aguden, the 2015 Porsche 901 concept represents a bold and somewhat futuristic representation of the 911’s potential younger sibling. Ege Aguden is a student at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and we have to admit that he did a fantastic job with the 901.
This unique Porsche features a series of design cues borrowed from the 911, but it does not incorporate the brand’s iconic ducktail. Instead, it boasts a new rear-end that includes elongated brake lights as well as a pair of exhaust pipes placed at the same level. The young designer showcased his entire creative process starting off with the earliest sketches and ending with the final result. This guy has a promising future ahead of him, don’t you agree?