For most, the 580 horsepower 911 Turbo S Cabriolet has more than enough power but Wimmer RS wasn’t happy with the massive output of the Porsche. So, they injected it with another 260 horses for a total of 840 horses. That hair piece had better be glued on really tight…

The German aftermarket specialist poked and prodded the rear mounted biturbo 3.8-litre six-cylinder engine and with the help of its own turbochargers, sport camshafts, cylinder head machining, upgraded pistons and connecting rods, a high-pressure pump, BMC high-flow air filter and a custom intercooler - and by modifying the PDK transmission - they were able to extract the extra grunt. They also added the Turbo S with a Saeco tube kit and along with a new stainless steel exhaust system and a KW clubsport suspension. The results are eye-wideningly good.

The Porsche now has 860Nm of torque – that’s 150Nm more than the regular model. It can sprint from 0-100kph in just 2.6 seconds (making it 0.4 seconds faster than the stock 911 Turbo S Cabriolet - fitted with the Sport Chrono package) and can go from 0-200kph in 8.4 seconds. Most cars won’t even go 300kph but this one can – and will from rest in just 17.9 seconds. Top speed is way more than the standard car’s 330kph at 364kph and if all of this wasn’t wild enough for the seventh generation 911, they finished it off with a bright orange vinyl wrap.