Porsche Carrera GT-based 9ff GTT900 supercar
German uber-tuner 9ff has revealed technical specs and pricing info on its new masterpiece.
The 9ff GTT900 supercar, which is based on the Porsche Carrera GT supercoupe, is capable of running the 0-100km/h time in only 3.2 seconds and has an electronically limited top speed of mind-blowing 390km/h.
This is 0.7 seconds less and 56km/h more than the donor vehicle can make. But look at the price of this thing! Yes, 9ff wants €452,000 for each converted model. Hope the price of the donor car is included in the grand total.
The roughly $200,000 price differential is justified by the fact that the tuned vehicle now sports a 900hp, 5.7-liter V10 engine sitting inside a monocoque chassis made entirely of light-weight carbon-fiber.
The GTT900 also sports a set of high-performance ceramic brakes as well as a dual disk clutch made of the same material. The car’s center of gravity may be further decreased using its electric suspension system.
Of course, there are also a lot of other carbon-fiber parts, such as the rear wing, a front lip spoiler and apparently the rear diffuser, but the car still doesn’t even come close to the famous Caterham RST-V8 Levante madness on wheels that seems to be made almost entirely of this lightweight (and expensive) material.