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Porsche Unveils Vision 357 Speedster At The Goodwood Festival Of Speed

The Vision 357 Speedster is essentially an open-top variant of the Vision 357 unveiled earlier this year
Vision 357 Was Unveiled for Porsche’s 75th Anniversary
The Vision 357 was unveiled to commemorate the manufacturer’s 75th anniversary and was referred to by Porsche as a modern-day interpretation of the very first car to bear its badge, the 356
Exterior Design
The Speedster looks exactly like the Vision 357, apart from the shortened windscreen and the fact that it doesn’t have a roof. The exterior features a two-tone finish, combining Marble Grey and Grivelo Grey Metallic with Miami Blue accents, while the passenger side of the car features a tonneau cover
Interior Features
Inside, the car gets a low-mounted seat with a carbon fibre-reinforced plastic shell integrated into the monocoque. The minimalist cabin features a carbon fibre dashboard with a transparent instrument cluster and Miami Blue accents in some parts
Performance Details
While the coupe variant was based on the 718 Cayman GT4 RS, the speedster borrows its underpinnings from the much more powerful 718 GT4 e-Performance prototype. The car features a dual-motor set-up that produces 1072 bhp in qualifying mode. Accelerating from 0-62 mph in under 3.0 seconds
Where Will We See the Vision 357 Speedster Again?
Following its highly anticipated debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Vision 357 Speedster will also be present at the Rennsport Reunion in late September. This event will take place at Laguna Seca in the United States
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