Feuerbach Designworks presents the first images of its model called Feuerbach Porsche GTL Coupe. This company was created in 2019 by a certain Christopher Reitz, grandson of Ferdinand Porsche. He was formerly chief designer at Nissan Europe and Fiat. He also worked for Alfa Romeo and Maserati.
Its first model is a derivative of the Porsche 911 GT3 (997). At first glance, the Feuerbach Porsche GTL Coupé has wider rear fenders to look more aggressive. Its engine cover opts for a different design, as do the rear lights which have been slightly improved. The company seems to have used exposed carbon, this material dresses the air extractor as well as the louvres of the engine cover. The front face has not yet been disclosed.
In contrast, Feuerbach Designworks released an image of the interior. We discover the presence of carbon, leather and Alcantara. This creation has no touch screen, the analog instrumentation is still in place, and in the center sits a gear lever that smells of old cars. The brand claims that customers will be able to customize their car as they see fit. If they wish, they can even add a roll bar and more efficient brakes for use on the circuit.
Feuerbach Porsche GTL Coupé has a carbon fiber body made by the Reitz company. It is powered by the motor 4.3-litre naturally aspirated flat-six (hand made). It develops at least 540 hp, but it is possible to obtain more by equipping it with turbos. Additionally, Feuerbach Designworks says a PDK automatic variant with paddle shifters will be available.
To add this model to your car collection, you will have to spend at least $550,000 excluding tax. Of course, this price does not include any options. The Feuerbach Porsche GTL is therefore reserved only for certain privileged people, especially since only 25 copies will be assembled.