The Porsche Boxster is a fine sports car, but when compared to the 911, GT3, GT3 RS, etc., it doesn’t quite hold the line, that is unless…you’re talking about Bisimoto Engineering’s modified version. This fully-gutted Boxster not only has a central driving position, complete with roll cage as well as a Momo racing seat, it’s powered by a Precision turbocharged six-cylinder engine that generates up to 700 hp. Continue reading for another video and more information.
“Like the LaFerrari, the seat is fixed in position and it is the pedal box which moves back and forth to suit different drivers. The modifications are seemingly endless with this build and also include a range of carbon fiber body panels, a set of lightweight wheels from Australia’s Carbon Revolution, and sticky Toyo R888 rubber,” reports Car Scoops.