What weighs less than 2,700-pounds, produces 636hp and has the ability to silently creep up on you in the blink of an eye? If you guessed the Bisimoto Porsche 935 K3V, you’d be correct, and thanks to its all-electric powertrain, this car not only has the power but the instantaneous torque to do some amazing things on the road without making much noise whatsoever.
Styled like a Le Mans racer, Bisi Ezerioha fabricated his own body molds and engineered his own parts to make this lightweight monster come to life, which can reach peak torque from 1rpm. Considering the new GT2 RS powertrain makes most of its torque between 2,500-4,500rpm, to say the K3V is an improvement is an understatement, even though it makes slightly less power (compared to 700hp).
The original Kremer body molds were used to install on a 1984 911 chassis, and power comes from a three-phase electric motor using EV West hardware and front/rear battery packs that provide 32 kWh of electricity. Inside it’s also equipped with MOMO safety equipment, including the classic Prototipo steering wheel and Supercup seats for improved comfort and protection.
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