Porsche has dropped a series of images showing the modern-day Porsche 935 Clubsport with a number of retro liveries.
In total, Porsche has designed seven liveries for the car, the first of which (pictured above) is certainly the most eye-catching, as it features a mint green Vaillant hue and accents finished in yellow, red, and purple.
Elsewhere, Porsche has designed a Gulf-themed livery for the car which includes a light blue paint contrasted by a series of orange elements. There are also a white and blue Sachs theme, a stunning John Player Special black livery with gold accents, a black and orange Interscope livery, a Momo Racing theme with red and yellow, and a Salzburg theme finished in red and white.
Porsche shocked the motoring world when it unveiled the new 935 at last year’s Rennsport Reunion. The car is based on the 911 GT2 RS and features a distinctive body made mostly from carbon-fiber reinforced polymer. Inside, the car comes complete with a carbon fiber steering wheel as well as the same digital instrument cluster as the 2019 911 GT3 R race car.
Powering the new 935 is the same twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six engine as the 911 GT2 RS with 690 hp. This engine sends its power to the rear wheels via a seven-speed PDK transmission and a race-optimized limited-slip differential.
Porsche will only ever build 77 units of its new 935, with European pricing starting at €701,948. The first customer deliveries are scheduled to kick off next month.
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