This Porsche 356 Restomod Will Have A Carbon-Fiber Body On A 911 Chassis
The Porsche 356 was the company’s first production vehicle and was a lightweight, nimble sports car. Production of the 356 started in 1948 and sold for approximately $3,750 in 1948 in the US. This car’s classic looks have now been transferred onto the chassis of a 911, giving it a broader, more muscular look that suits the design surprisingly well. Zolland has posted a number of different renderings all sporting some exotic exterior paint jobs and a few classic Porsche wheel designs that all complement the new look.
According to Zolland, the underpinnings of this future restomod will include a lightly tuned naturally-aspirated Carrera engine producing around 270 horsepower, and will also feature Bilstein suspension and 993-generation brakes.
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