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The lightweight KAMM 912c restomod is set for full production

Hungarian restomod has undergone a number of changes before its proper production run

Published: 21 Nov 2022
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Last month we drove the prototype of Miklós Kázmér’s dream restomod – a four-cylinder Porsche 912 with full carbon bodywork and a kerbweight of less than 750kg.

It’d be fair to say we liked it, and we’re now told that the KAMM 912c has undergone a number of modifications as it prepares for production. You can read our full review by clicking these blue words, but after KAMM conducted more testing on UK roads it developed a number of improvements.

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They include revised gearbox ratios, electronic ‘semi-active’ suspension, a switchable exhaust and the option of five-bolt wheels rather than the standard centre-locks. We’re also told that the interior will get new Smiths gauges and that customers will be able to spec electronic fuel injection for the JPS Aircooled 2.0-litre engine. 

Deliveries will begin in 2023, with the first build heading off to the United States when it’s ready.

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