By Christopher A. Sawyer
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, the folks at Porsche built a four-door 928. The small rear doors made access to the rear seats easier and the extended roof section increased luggage space. The idea was to increase the utility of the 928 without destroying its sporting heritage. However, the 928 was not seen as a “true” Porsche, its front-mounted V8 blasphemy to those for whom all Porsche engines must be flat, six cylinders and mounted aft of the rear axle. So it, like the four-door concept seen here, died a quick death.