Video: Porsche 935 Racing Car Turned Into 646-horsepower Electric Road Car
Californian tuning studio Bisimoto Engineering has developed an electric Porsche 935 K3. Unlike the pure track original, which was produced from 1979 to 1981, it is allowed to drive on normal roads.
Like the original Porsche 935 K3, Bisimoto's K3V restomod is based on the classic road-going Porsche 911. It has been refurbished and fitted with racing model body panels with modern wheels and low profile tires.
- The cabin has a roll cage and racing seats, and a small display is installed instead of many analog instruments. Modes of movement are selected using a lever with an open yoke.
- The petrol six-cylinder boxer located in the rear overhang has been replaced with a 646 horsepower electric motor. Battery blocks with a total capacity of 32 kWh were placed in the front and rear. The tuners did not measure the dynamics.
- The Porsche 935 K3V from Bisimoto was built in one piece for an unnamed customer. The cost of building an electric restomod has not been disclosed.