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