Rezvani Retro RR1: playing at reinterpreting a special Porsche

Although Rezvani is best known for projects like Beast or Tank, in recent times we have seen that she also They were interested in Porsches. Specifically using a 911 from the latest generation (992), they have carried out a transformation with a retro and racing flavor that they have wanted to name Rezvani Retro RR1. There is no doubt that this tribute to the 70s and the legendary Porsche 935 (which also had a modern reinterpretation), although in this case with some modifications and three different versions.

Despite having the combustion 911 base, we also see some reminiscences of the Porsche Taycan. Some aesthetic details coincide with those of the electric one, with a front with a sloping hood with new air intakes and very recognizable headlights. However, the bodywork is noticeably widened and some semi-faired wheels that give it an even more racing aesthetic. The rear is probably the most outstanding thanks to the huge spoiler integrated into the bumper and a refined diffuser.

The truth is that the interior of the Rezvani Retro RR1 has not transcended, so we can hope that it is not the most important thing. Most likely, it will remain as in the Porsche from which it starts, with some specific elements and differentiated materials. They have done the same work with the mechanical range, as it is offered to customers in up to three different versions.

The access would be 550 hp turbo, with the legendary 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder boxer from the Carrera S, which achieves that level of power by resorting to turbocharging. It is offered with the seven-speed manual gearbox or the PDK automatic, allowing up to acceleration from 0 to 96 km/h in 3.1 seconds.

One step above in power and also in purity, would be the 565 hp atmospheric of the GT3 RS. With the 4.0-liter six-cylinder naturally aspirated boxer engine that can reach up to 9,200 rpm and go with the six-speed manual gearbox or the seven-speed PDK automatic transmission. However, the top of the range is the 750 hp turbo which carries the 3.8-liter six-cylinder turbo boxer only from the 911 Turbo S available with PDK transmission to cope with that level of power. It is the fastest, doing 0 to 96 km/h in 2 seconds.

The Rezvani Retro RR1 has a starting price of $149,000. For those who think it is not enough, clarify that this fee only includes the transformation, that the Porsche donor to create it is separate. In addition, it is the price for the first five units, from there it will go up. The production will be limited to 50 units and extras can be fitted such as coilover suspension ($6,500), safety cage ($5,500), Brembo brake ($7,500), lightweight polycarbonate glass ($2,700) or custom graphics ($2,500).

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