Porsche 718 GT4 e-Performance || ACC Custom Livery

Porsche has been pushing the envelope of the world of electric racing. Not only do they field a team in Formula E, they also presented the wild Mission R concept car a couple of years back. All of these electric racing ventures have been ‘homologated’ (by me) into custom liveries for Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC).

Recently, I discovered one new(-ish) Porsche initiative had flown under my radar. The Porsche GT4 e-Performance. As pictured below.

Picture credit: Porsche Motorsport

Based on a Porsche 718 Cayman GT4, this car is (according to Porsche) a continuation of the Mission R project, taking the knowledge they gained from the concept car to implement it into a converted race car. The GT4 e-Performance was uncovered at the 2022s Goodwood Festival of Speed, a fact that I only discovered at the 2023 edition of the festival.

With 1088BHP, the car is certainly quick. Its livery, like the Mission R before it, is rather tame in comparison to its performance. But it’s this subtle grey and electric blue look that attracted me to once again get creative.

The final result can be seen in the video (above) or screenshots below. Do you want to download and use the final livery? Feel free to do so by clicking the big red bar below which leads you to my shared Google Drive. Included is my source file (‘decals.ai’ in the root folder) if you want to fiddle around with that.

Download the Porsche GT4 e-Performance livery here

Do you want to request or commission a livery instead? Follow these steps here.

Porsche GT4 e-Performance livery – studio shots

Porsche GT4 e-Performance livery – action shots


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