A bit of-known firm by the identify of Feuerbach has previewed a particular Porsche 911-based model it’s creating, dubbed the GTL Coupe.
Feuerbach was based by 2019 by the previous chief designer for Nissan Europe, Christopher Reitz. Reitz additionally occurs to be the grandson of Ferdinand Porsche and created the corporate to design and produce a collection of low-volume, hand-built vehicles that pay homage to the Porsche household.
The primary of those fashions would be the Feuerbach Porsche GTL Coupe. It’s primarily based round a 997-generation 911 GT3 and whereas it’s going to share the identical chassis, it’s going to sport a singular carbon fiber physique styled by Reitz and the corporate’s design group in Barcelona.
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Teaser pictures present that the GTL Coupe will characteristic a very placing rear finish with distinctive LED taillights and a particular engine cowl rather than the conventional rear window. The sports activities automotive will even characteristic distinctive entrance and rear quarter panels and rock a bespoke bumper with a carbon fiber diffuser.
The German firm will even work its magic on the GT3’s engine. Rather than the automotive’s authentic 3.8-liter flat-six can be a hand-built 4.3-liter naturally aspirated engine pumping out 540 hp at 8,500 rpm. Feuerbach will even provide extra highly effective variations of the identical engine. This mill can be coupled to a six-speed handbook or a PDK transmission, each hand-built by an unnamed Porsche provider.
A number of different efficiency upgrades can be out there to prospects, together with new braking and suspension elements.
A single picture of the Porsche GTL Coupe’s inside has additionally been launched. It reveals a singular carbon fiber transmission tunnel, carbon fiber door panels, and a plethora of latest supplies that house owners will be capable of customise. These looking for the last word in efficiency will even be capable of order the GTL Coupe with a roll cage, competition-spec seats and harnesses, and race-ready brakes, suspension, and wheels.
Costs for the Porsche GTL Coupe are anticipated to begin at $550,000, excluding any bespoke buyer choices and native taxes.