After the GT3 is before the turbo! Something like that could have been the guideline from the design team around Khyzyl Saleem because the latest model that was created on the "drawing board" (probably on the PC) by Khyzyl Saleem shows us the current Porsche 911 Turbo (991) as extremely broad -World term version. According to the recently published BMW M4 Marauder and the GT3 mentioned above is the idea shown here, I also find an exciting approach to the manufacturer or some tuner. Since this is a virtual rendering, we are of course not aware of any real technical facts about the vehicle or the changes. Fortunately, since the car was changed virtually, there is still something to write for me because I noticed a multitude of modifications. I would be happy to see the car like this or at least something like that on our streets. You too?
Ps. If you have more virtual tuned vehicles like this one Lamborghini Huracan Broadcast or even one Bentley Continental GT Convertible from Khyzyl Saleem just clicks on the photo reference below on the tuner name!
(Photos: Khyzyl Saleem)
These are the virtual changes to the Rauh-Welt term Porsche 911:
- Rauh-Welt Begriff (RWB) Breitbau Bodykit - wider fenders, new bumpers, rear spoiler, side skirts
- wide and approx. 22 inch large aluminum wheels (possibly BBS)
- unknown lowering (coilovers, airride air suspension)
- Headlight cover
- Roll cage inside
Maybe there will be more drawings in the next few days. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.
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