One-Of-A-Kind Porsche 968 L’Art Celebrates 30 Years Since The Original
As is obvious, the roof has been removed to create the speedster body style, but it’s the smaller details that really stand out like the digital lettering in the LED rear light bar and the debossed Porsche lettering that wraps around the passenger-side rear quarter and fills up the front bumper. Inside, similar branding adorns the door sills, the bespoke TAG Heuer clocks and dials, the fantastic single-spoke steering wheel, and other areas. The seats are bespoke Recaro items, and the L’Art Targa sound system is manufactured by Bose.
Moving around the car, the headlights have been moved from their original location (although the outline of the original locations has been intentionally included) to the ends of where a traditional grille would be. Now rectangular LED units, these lights have a sort of Knight Rider feel to them when the car is cruising in the dark.