Porsche Returning to Detroit Auto Show with 'Spectacular' Supercar

After a four year break, Porsche is making a return to Detroit Auto Show next month with a new concept car. In an interview to Bloomberg, Porsche spokesperson Hans-Gerd Bode said: “We’ll have something spectacular to show there, You’ll have to wait and be surprised.”

Different reports suggest that Porsche will show another version of the 918 Spyder concept, that is more production-ready. Recently Porsche released a photo(above) of the 918 Spyder as a 1:3 scale clay model featuring a revised front end, bonnet, quarter panel and single side-fitted exhaust pipe on the right side.

Show doors open on January 10th in Motor City, stay tuned for full details and live images.


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