Porsche is characterized by strong ideals and building sports cars has become an art that makes them a unique, trustful company. More than fifty years ago, the German company has launched a concept that was Porsche 911. Between then and now, tradition mingled with modernism and the concept has set high standards and thrilled every generation of sports car fans. In addition it drew the attention of many tuning companies. And DP Motorsport is the last one to be attracted in changing a Porsche, although it is a generation 964 one.
DP Motorsport received the Porsche 911 with a lot of goodies such as antilock brakes, power-assisted steering, power brakes, air conditioning and a sliding roof. To all these, an aerodynamic body kit made from fiberglass was added by the tuner. They also painted the vehicle in a striking lime green colour with a black matte hood and white dots for the race number areas.
The Porsche 911 receives from DP Motorsport more types of power kits, ranging from 290 PS (213 kW) for the 3.6-liter engine and to 330 PS (243 kW) by increasing displacement to 3.8 liters. In addition, this particular 911 received Bilstein adjustable coilovers together with a set of 17-inch wheels shod around in 205/50 ZR17 (front) and 255/50 ZR 17 (rear) tires. Inside the cabin some elements of modernity have been placed. We find a Momo sports steering wheel along with four-point safety belts and a lime green rev counter. The same color was applied for the roll cage but DP Motorsport is also offering other finishes such as classic gray, blood orange and light yellow.
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