A 1973 Porsche 911 has been redone with carbon fiber for a slim 1,918lbs curb weight; proves weight loss can be a beautiful thing.
Renowned rapper and self-described poet P Diddy once said "I feel safe in white because deep down inside, I'm an angel." Well, that may be the case for the entrepreneur (just don't ask Tupac), however it is definitely the case for this particular rear-engined 1973 Porsche 911. The G-Model Porsche has been stripped all the way down to the body-shell while DP Motorsports used carbon fiber extensively to create the super-light Porsche you see here.
On the interior, the Porsche 911 features a carbon dash, sill trims and DP's unique bucket seats wrapped in Alcantara for added "this is a Porsche" luxury. The carbon rebuild means that this Porsche 911 weighs in at a slender 1,918lbs. Depending on the model, the 1973 Porsche weighs in between 2,381lbs and 2,943lbs. DP Motorsports proves that losing weight is a beautiful thing. The 1973 Porsche is powered in the rear by a 310hp 3.6-liter boxer engine. It is paired with a G-50 LSD transmission. The whole ride sits on a set of 15-inch Fuchs wheels. No pricing has been released as of yet for the DP Motorsports 1973 Porsche 911 G-Model.