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This Is How Porsche Hid A Boxster Inside a 911

When Porsche first decided to start working on the Boxster, even the idea of making a mid-engined car was a major step for the predominately rear-engined marque. When it came time to test out the new drivetrain, they didn't want the world knowing what they were up to, so they managed to mate a 911 turbo's body on top, to reduce the number of prying eyes.

Of course, some people are always going to be curious whenever Porsche engineers are testing something, so the rear window's blacked out to prevent anyone from seeing the fact that there's an engine where the back seats should be.


Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. He's willing to bet that the coolest cars ever made have never been seen by the general public.