2024 KAMM Full Carbon Porsche 912c

Something amazing happened between 1965 and 1969 — Porsche built an entry-level 911 with a four-cylinder engine. Hungarian shop Kamm Manufaktur has specialized in restomodding the 912c since it opened, with its latest product being a fully carbon fiber-bodied example. While Kamm has mixed carbon fiber panels with the original steel bodywork, this time everything from the roof and quarters are all carbon. This trims over 110 pounds from the mixed carbon and steel 912c, and is over 660 pounds less than the original car, for a road-legal weight of just 1,541 pounds — well under even an early Mazda Miata. The weight reduction also gives the car a near 50:50 weight balance, along with aerodynamic improvements without any noticeable difference from Porsche's classic lines. A 2.0-liter air-cooled four powers the car, making 190 horsepower with a 7,200 RPM redline. Kamm is taking orders now, with or without a donor car.

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