In today’s world of high quality digital renderings, talented digital artists can answer questions about cars that were previously just questions. In the past, if you wanted to see a Porsche 918 Spyder combined with a legendary Mazda sports car, you had to take out your pencil and start drawing. Today, we are lucky because the software and talent that surround us continue to evolve to produce incredible works of art. Take, for example, this rendering published on Instagram by carlifestyle, which brings the Porsche and Mazda mashup of your dreams to life.
Mazda’s Kodo design language is described by Mazda as “the soul of movement”. This unique design language has produced some very striking cars and SUVs, but unfortunately, the Miata is the only sports car available to show this expressive plate. There are more rumors than the day after a high school prom about Mazda’s next rotary-engined sports car, but the continued teasing of striking concepts helps fuel the flames of interest. Will Mazda build a new rotary engine vehicle? Only time will tell, but we hope it will look like this if they decide to build a supercar.
The design of the Porsche 918 Spyder is distinctly Porsche, but as it turns out when you graft on the front end of a Mazda, the Porsche queues fade. The side profile and rear of the 918 were very extreme for a Porsche, leaving the front end to attach the rest of the brand’s vehicles to this ultimate halo car.
Do you prefer the look of the original Porsche 918 Spyder? Or do you like this new design with the front of the Mazda RX-Vision added to the front?