Porsche 911 with Tesla engine debuted at SEMANovember 5, 2019
As part of the next SEMA tuning show, a unique Porsche 911 was presented. Only the recognizable design remained from the original coupe.
The Tesla Model S Performance donated to the 1977 1977 Porsche 911 coupe in the RWB Backdate Long Hood. The demonstration was held as part of the opening of the next SEMA show.
A feature of the model was an all-electric powerplant, huge wide wheels on custom 17-inch BBS RS rims with Toyo Tires R888R tires (sizes 245/40 R17 at the front and 315/35 R17 at the rear), Porsche 356 Speedster seats, composite body kit, Momo steering wheel Indy Heritage, as well as a roll cage inside.
Both electric motors from Tesla with a total capacity of up to 563 horsepower were installed in the retro-coupe. As a power source, a liquid-cooled LG Chem battery pack with a capacity of 32 kW * hours was used.
Unfortunately, the creators of the project do not yet report the dynamic characteristics of the model. While the Porsche 911 E-RWB is created in a single copy, and whether the tuners will create such models to order is unknown.
Meanwhile, Porsche is mastering online car sales. The first launch of the online platform is launched in America.
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