French custom shop Nardone Automotive is giving one of Porsche's best-kept secrets a new lease on life. The 928 topped the Porsche range and ran from 1977 to 1995 with the intention of replacing the venerable 911 — which it never did. Nardone's take on the 928 subtly refreshes the car's lines with new carbon fiber bodywork but keeps the overall look intact. Under the hood is a 400-horsepower V8 as per the original, backed by a six-speed manual gearbox and limited-slip differential. Nardone has also installed an active suspension system and upgraded the brakes and power steering. The 928 was positioned as a grand tourer, and the interior is lined in Foglizzo leather and Alcantara and Porsche Classic Management System for the infotainment system. Nardone plans to begin deliveries of its 928 in 2024.