What you’re looking at could very well be the craziest Porsche Boxster ever conceived.
Built by a U.S. tuning company dubbed Bisimoto Engineering, this Boxster has been completely gutted and save for a few components, doesn’t really share anything in common with its former self.
A pair of Precision turbochargers have been bolted onto the six-cylinder engine and alone, they can deliver up to 700 hp. As it stands, the car is tuned for roughly 420 hp but does include a ‘Push-to-pass’ button that momentarily increases button to 526 hp. Like the latest Ford Mustang, a ‘Line Lock’ feature helps drivers perform the perfect burnout.
The powertrain isn’t the only impressive part of this Boxster. As the title mentions, the sports car has a central driving position. Buried beneath a complete roll cage is a Momo racing seat mounted right in the center. 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.
Be sure to watch the video below in full for a fascinating insight into this extreme build.