The exclusive Porsche vehicles tuner 9ff will display its latest project named 9ff Speed9 at the Essen Motor Show. Based on 2010 Porsche 997 Turbo, the new conversion is 9ff's second independent complete vehicle.
The development of the vehicle is said to follow the traditional design formula of the Porsche 356/1500S Speedster (1955), which includes shortened windscreen and emphatically level vehicle silhouette.
The aero kit fitted on the refined Porsche 997 Turbo features a front apron, side skirts and rear apron.
Speed9's Bi Turbo engine is able to generate up to 650 hp/478 kW and 890 Nm of torque due to the 9ff 650 VTG Turbochargers, ECU remap, sport air filter, 100cell sport metal catalytic converter, 9ff sport-exhaust system and exhaust manifolds.
In addition, 9ff has equipped the sports vehicle with a specially designed chassis, which consists of adjustable stabilizers in front axle and rear axle, double springs and 4 aluminum spring plates.
To control this power, 9ff placed this brake system that consists of 380 mm compound brake discs in combination with 6-pistons calipers and 9ff brake pads.
For its interior, 9ff put in Alcantara/Leather interior design, sports steering wheel, special Speed9 design seats and 400 km/h display. The new 9ff Speed9 will be featured alongside the recently released Porsche Panamera Turbo.