1987 Porsche 928 H50 Study

Porsche’s first front-engine “family” car was a one-off 928-based concept dubbed the 942. It had full seating for four but only two doors and was presented to Ferry Porsche by his staff for his 75th birthday in 1984. Three years later, Porsche expanded on the idea with the 928 H50 Study on display, a feasibility experiment with four doors for improved access to the rear seats. Though not intended for series production, it is regarded as an early precursor to the modern Panamera. (483)

Collection of Dr. Ing. H.C.F. Porsche AG


 
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