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Mansory has modified a Porsche 911 Turbo and... uh oh

Dubbed the ‘P9LM Evo 900’, its - let's say 'striking' - looks *might* be offset by the fact it pushes 912bhp. Look, we said *might*

Published: 15 Apr 2024

What do you do if you want a Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet that’s slightly faster and considerably uglier than the standard car? You pay a visit to Mansory, obviously, which will point you in the direction of its latest conversion: the P9LM Evo 900.

There’s a lot to unpack: the 900 has grown a new body kit, adopted stealthier 22in alloys and has clearly ditched the conventional rear wing for a two-stage alternative from a canned Boeing 747. These new bits, including the selection of air inlets and scoops, are all carbonised and painted in a strange patterned black finish. Just seven will exist, so there's that at least.

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But that’s if you can catch a glimpse of it to begin with because the 3.8-litre flat-six has been beefed up rather considerably from 650bhp to 912 (more than a 918 Spyder), while the torque sits at just over 774lb ft. This newfound grunt will be channelled through a modified three-pipe exhaust, which may further amplify your scream as you hit 62mph in just 2.5s and keep going on to a top speed of 211.

Mansory has even woven its wand of destruction at the interior, and, somehow, it’s even worse than the exterior. The bucket seats have additional padding attached while diamond quilting has been applied across the flooring. Oh, there’s also more turquoise paint in here than the rest of the planet combined.

It’s a good thing there’s no pricing estimate provided because there are almost certainly cheaper ways to feel unwell.

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