Porsche C88 : 1994

Developed especially for China.
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The Porsche C88 concept was developed by Weissach engineers in just four months especially for the Chinese market.

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1994 Porsche C88 concept.

In China, 88 is considered a lucky number and so Porsche decided to name the car the C88 and showcase it at the Beijing Auto Show.

The model could be manufactured with simple production methods, while at the same time providing excellent quality and driving safety.

In the end, however, the Chinese authorities did not grant Porsche (or any other foreign manufacturer) permission to produce in China.

(source: Porsche)

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1994 Porsche C88 concept.

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1994 Porsche C88 concept.

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1994 Porsche C88 concept emblem.

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1994 Porsche C88 concept emblem.

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1994 Porsche C88 concept emblem.

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Carlos's comments

We're glad to see that this vehicle never saw the light of day. It seems to violate everything that Porsche has ever stood for and is frankly confusing that it was ever considered at all.

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