German tuner uses modern materials to update a classic 911 and turn it into a lightweight racer.
German tuner DP Motorsport has taken an original 1973 Porsche 911 and turned it into a lightweight racer dressed in an angelic white.
But this is no restoration and DP Motorsport makes the best of modern materials.
A body kit made of carbon is fitted to the 911 featuring a front bumper, hood, fenders, lightweight doors, rear fender flares, rear bumper and rear spoiler.
A more updated 3.6 liter Boxer engine is used with an output of 310 PS (228 kW / 306 hp).
For the ride are 15-inch wheels by Fuchs sized 9 x 15 at the front and 13 x 15 at the rear wrapped in 225/50R15 and 345/35R15 tires, respectively.
The suspension gets coilovers, adjustable stabilizers, head bearing, spring plates and rear-axle independent arms with Uniball bushings.
The interior features a roll cage along with a lightweight carbon dashboard and Alcantara upholstery.
The press release below has full details on all the lightweight fittings.
Total curb weight on the model comes in at 870 kg (1918 lbs) compared to the original 1,080 kg (2381 lbs) before options.