The best parts, a tuned engine, exceptional styling – and no doubt a hefty price tag for a job well done.
British Theon Design present another completed order for a British customer. They call their work very simply GBR002, but it contains a large number of beautiful elements of technology and design. The base is a 1992 Porsche 911 964, specifically the Carrera 2. The original car was stripped down to bare metal, thoroughly restored and dressed in carbon fairing except for the doors – which are steel for safety. Thanks to carbon fibers, the car has lost more than two meters, now it weighs only 1169 kilograms.
The heart of the refined 911 is an air-cooled four-liter six-cylinder with specific ignition and independent flaps from British specialists Jenvey. Its 303 kW (412 hp) at 7200 rpm and 442 Nm at 5800 rpm make the GBR002 the most powerful machine from Theon Design. You can hear it thanks to the exhaust with flaps and ceramic surface from Zircotec specialists. Power goes to the rear wheels via a Hewland six-speed manual and a WaveTrac limited-slip differential.
The brakes from the RS package are responsible for deceleration. The TracTive shock absorbers are adjustable in five stages and controlled by an adaptive system, the suspension has been tuned for mainly road use. Inside, we find Recaro CS seats in leather and woven Alcantara, a Nardi steering wheel and a modern audio system, and of course there is also air conditioning. The modifiers did not disclose the final price, but their prices start at 380,000 pounds, which is a hefty 10.7 million crowns.