2000 Porsche
Carrera GT Prototype

First Floor - Artistry

The Carrera GT resulted from a challenge given to Porsche engineers and designers to create a supercar worthy of a company whose vehicles had, by then, won Le Mans 16 times. The car was to embody the most advanced racing
technology then available and a body shape that was unquestionably derived from the Porsche vehicle family. The result subtly embodied numerous 911 styling elements in a substantially more aggressive package. Of two running
prototypes constructed, this car is the only survivor. (483)

Collection of Bruce Canepa

Image by: Jacob Nuibe Photography