Gunter Werks’ Sports Car Reimagines The Porsche 993
Updated: Jul 31
The Gunther Werks is an example of a bespoke coach car builder using contemporary automotive engineering techniques and components to classic air-cooled porsche ‘911’s’. for this example, the ‘993’, it is the last air-cooled model of its kind, and the vehicle is what many consider to be the ‘last real’ Porsche.
Gunther Werks’ bespoke modifications to this porsche ‘993’ include a bespoke wing, and special carbon fiber bodywork applied to the fenders, roof, and bumpers – the former of have been extended 30 mm to welcome larger tires. those were required for the 4.0 liter, naturally aspirated, flat-six engine built by rothsport racing that produces 400 ps and 330 pound-feet of torque, while singing up to a redline of 7800 rpm. this is paired with a six-speed manual transmission custom-built by getrag, with gear ratios determined specifically for the Gunther Werks.