The weirdest restomod from the Porsche 911 was shownOctober 6, 2020
Firms MIT Electric Vehicle Team and PhenomenArts showed the project of an original restomod based on the sports car Porsche 911. This car combines unusual components and solutions. The portal CarsWeek became aware of this on Tuesday, October 6.
The restomod is a hybrid of two bodies. On the basis of the classic 911 Targa model of the 1975 production year, the body panels of the sports car with the index 993, which were produced in the 1990s, were installed.
The power unit is fully electric. It consists of 64 batteries, 200 Ah each. For better weight distribution, half is located in the front, the other half is at the stern. The four electric motors are within baseline, their performance has not been revealed, as are the other driving metrics.
The restomod’s interior is completely different from the interior of the standard 911. There is an iPad Mini on the steering wheel. On the console is a vertically oriented 15-inch screen and a small display underneath that displays the parameters of the power unit.
The restomod is rideable and fully functional. It is noted that at the Porsche Day event at the Lars Anderson Automobile Museum, he was even able to win the prize for the best improvements
In addition, it was recently noted that the German company Holzmobil has demonstrated an unusual project of a mobile home. It should be emphasized that the vehicle, based on the MAN TGE 4.180 van chassis, has an all-wheel drive system.
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