Hedonic’s Porsche 911 Targa Restomod Is A Rolling Work Of Art

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Even without the likes of Singer, there’s been no shortage of quality Porsche restomods over the last decade or so. However, every once in a while one will come onto your radar that makes you stop, pay attention, and want to dig a little deeper.

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French customs outfit Hedonic Machines revealed its latest Project [H]000 this past July at Le Mans Classic, a build three years in the making. The company took a Porsche 911 Targa and gave the exterior a full overhaul, including the addition of plenty of aluminum finishes and a second exhaust outlet, changes to the bumpers, and widening of the four fenders. The Targa arch has also been opened up and modified heavily with the addition of a median band made to look like the ventilation grill on the engine cover. 

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The engine itself has been deconstructed and put back together, bumped up to 3.8L, putting out 380hp (up from 250hp). Cutting-edge technology has been equipped on the interior as well, such as the stylish digital screens where the analog dashboard meters used to sit and high-end Devialet Phantom speakers for unprecedented sound throughout the ride. Additionally, a beautiful 3D-printed remote control key is shaped like the car itself.

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You can learn more about the impressive Porsche 911 Project [H]000 restomod on Hedonic Machines’ website.