Lanzante will equip a classic Porsche 930 with TAG F1 V6 engine
The British company Lanzante received permission from McLaren Racing to build 11 copies of the Porsche 911 (series 930) with the TAG F1 V6 engine. The first car from the party debuted at the Rennsport Reunion festival in California.
Detailed information about the project is not reported. Exposed at the booth studio at Rennsport Reunion Porsche is almost no different from the usual sports car. RUF wheels, bucket racing seats, a tachometer with the TAG Turbo emblem and a boost pressure scale were installed on the coupe.
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26 Formula One wins from 68 Grand Prix between 1984-1987. The Tag Turbo engine was also fitted to a single Porsche 930 as a test mule. We are now making a further 11 cars with permission from McLaren Racing. Seen here for the first time @rennsportreunion 📸 @gilesrozier17 & @a3.rud Thanks also to @iamchrisvassilopoulos #porsche #930turbo #mclarenf1 #nikilauda #alainprost #lanzante #rennsport
How many will issue a 1.5-liter V6 on the Porsche 911, is not reported. It is known that these will be real TAG TTE P01 1.5 V6T units from old McLaren MP4 / 2 cars. The impact of such an engine for qualifying races was 1075 horsepower, and for the race – 973 power.
In July, Lanzante unveiled a longtail version of the McLaren P1 GTR hypercar. A unique car was built based on the track version of the coupe P1 – GTR. The car changed the front part of the body: there appeared a new splitter and wings with ventilation slots. The extended rear part of the body was supplemented with a massive fixed wing, a diffuser and an exhaust system with four tailpipes.