What could be more stunning than classic cars catching all the eyes with refined styling like Porsche? Classic TUNED cars, damn straight. A California-based Gunther Werks proves it with the latest example of its tuning skills, a re-engineered Porsche 911. The company applied modern components and cutting-edge engineering to a classic air-cooled iconic coupe. Moreover, Gunther Werks is going to produce a limited run of 25 these beauties, with deliveries soon in the next year.
Having started with a standard 993 911 body shell, the tuners have added an adjustable wing at the back along with a carbon-fiber widebody kit and LED headlights. Tuning is all about personalization, so the interior gets also a solid upgrade with carbon fiber seats covered with Alcantara & leather, a five-gauge layout on the dash and a special carbon-fiber parcel panel to replace the seats at the back. However, customers could customize almost everything inside including materials or colors. Oh, and we nearly forgot to mention a one-off fountain pen, another bespoke Gunther Werks’ customization point.
Tuning modifications include also performance; instead of a good old 3.6L flat-six, Porsche gets a naturally-aspirated 4.0L flat-six paired to a six-speed manual gearbox that makes more than 400hp and 330 lb-ft of torque screaming to 7,800RPM. Speaking of pricing (crying, exactly), taking such a stunning baby will cost you at least of $600,000.