How do you like this off-road Porsche 911?December 20, 2019
This unusual copy of the German sports coupe Porsche 911 was presented at the SEMA Show in 2019. Prices for the car are not reported, but the creator of this project claims that you can drive a car with great speed both over rough terrain and drive along a racetrack.
About a month ago, we saw a video detailing this rather unusual instance of the Porsche 911 sports coupe, which debuted at the SEMA Show in 2019. This is the brainchild of the Porsche TJ Russell studio, and, as you can imagine, the car is designed to drive over rough terrain at great speed. The creators of this machine, which is amazing in every sense, say that at the request of the client, absolutely any options can be installed in the machine.
So what is there in front of us? You have already seen several crazy “SUVs” that were built on the basis of the cult 911 before. But this project still managed to surprise us. The Russell Built 911 is more than just a vehicle for climbing dunes and dunes. The creators of this modernized car say that you can safely jump into the driver’s seat and ride on the race track, while receiving a lot of pleasure.
The car is based on the Porsche 911 964 generation sports coupe. Its chassis and suspension are reinforced, but the car is more than just a Porsche, which received a body lift and studded tires.
The wheelbase is elongated 7.62 cm, and the transverse track has become as much as 35.56 cm wider. This greatly improves the stability of the car on the road. The front suspension boasts an additional 30.48 cm of travel, and 34.29 cm at the rear. Most of the components are made to order from aluminum, and, of course, it is worth noting the wide-body wings – they give the car a special off-road character. In fact, each body panel is a non-standard composite element that not only gives the 911 an “evil” look, but also helps to save 181 kg. The whole machine weighs only 1,270 kg.
The improved in-line engine with six cylinders has an increased displacement of up to 3.8 liters, and its maximum power is now 365 horsepower, and yes, it can be combined with the drive only on one or both axes at once.
The price of the off-road version of the Porsche 911 is not mentioned. We are quite sure that it is quite expensive.
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