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Automoji Releases Porsche Emoji Set For iPhones and iPads

Sticker pack for iOS 10 includes 52 Porsches

Alex Nishimoto
Sep 16, 2016

You can already express yourself digitally through a wide array of emojis, but what if you really need to tell someone that you "Porsche 917" them? Automoji is here to the rescue, launching a sticker pack that includes 52 new and classic Porsches for iPhones and iPads running iOS 10.

Going for $0.99 on iTunes, the sticker pack gets you iconic race cars like the 917K (in multiple liveries), 935, 911 GT1, 962, and even the current 919 Hybrid. It also includes production Porsches like the 911, Cayman, 918 Spyder, 928, 944, 356, and many more. Kevin McCauley, the emoji artist responsible for the Seinfeld, Saturday Night Live, and SuperDeluxe emoji packs, rendered the 52 Porsche models in pixel form, and calls the collection a "passion project." It would have to be with the level of detail crammed into each tiny image. The iTunes description suggests more Porsche emojis are on the way, and that "the set is by no means complete."

2017 Porsche 911
$89,400 Base Model (MSRP) 20/29 MPG Fuel Economy
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The original goal, according to the artist, was to illustrate just his favorite models. After that, he continued by drawing every major Porsche model and every Porsche to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans. And for just under a dollar, you can share McCauley's Porsche labor of love with your friends in your next mass text message—because the eggplant and smiling pooare so played out.

Source: iTunes

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