Mansory has done it again, released a conversion package for an already amazing car in an attempt to make it even better. Many of the conversions the famed company does on this scale are seen as a hit or a miss. Oftentimes the styling is so over the top that it can sort of take away from the car’s presence, purists get upset and old-school Fast & Furious fans get excited. We’re a bit different here because firstly, we love Porsche cars, especially the 911 Turbo S Coupe, and we also loved Fast & Furious and were fans of Max Power and so big wings and kits make us happy - when they’re done right. What you see here is what happens when Mansory gets hold of a Porsche and gives it a complete overhaul to become the MANSORY P9LM EVO 900. As the P9LM EVO 900, everything has been fiddled with, and while it is a lot to take in, we think that a very well-executed paint job doesn’t actually lend to the overall appeal of the end result, luckily the vertically changing two-tone special paint finish is available on request only. Imagine this car in the same orange paint as seen on the Cayman R with associated black accents on key parts - yuuuus! As said, it’s a complete makeover and that means attention was paid to the power output too, which also gives a resulting performance increase, not that a Turbo S needs it, but no one ever complained about having more power on tap. As you should be able to see from the images, the body kit is made from forged carbon, and there are also two bodywork versions available to choose from.
Take a look at the YouTube video that shows the bonker Mansory-fettled Porsche 911 Turbo S that's bigger, wider, faster and badder (take that as you will) and will no doubt continue adding to the company's reputation of taking things a little to far. Do you think it's too much or would you rock it? We'd take it, check why: Mansory P9LM EVO Based On The Porsche 911 Turbo S | DPCcars
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