The German company Evomax has been producing modifications based on the classic sports car Porsche 911 Turbo (964). The firstborn of the company became the Max11. This two-door received a completely new body, a number of components of which are made of carbon fiber and Kevlar. This allowed to lighten the construction of the car and increase its safety.
This version of the model has a six-cylinder in-line atmospheric engine with a working volume of 3.8 liters and six-speed transmission, borrowed from the Porsche 911 Cup (997). The performance of the engine here reaches 460 hp at 7,500 pm, and it is able to spin up to 8,760 rpm. Additionally, the modification received upgraded brakes, adjustable coil-overs, and a titanium exhaust system.
Then the company released Max11 Turbo and Max Classic sports cars. They were built according to the same scheme as the Max11. At that, the Max11 Turbo got a 3.6-liter inline turbo-six from the 911 Turbo (996).
The latter works with a six-speed manual and is capable of producing 620 “horses” at 6,500 pm. The red zone of the motor is at 6,750 pm.
In turn, the sports car Max Classic is designed to interest purists. Instead of the standard engine, there is a modified 3.8-liter capacity unit, which works with a five-speed manual gearbox and develops 330 hp at 6 500 rpm.
Recently the German company also introduced a variant of Evomax Targa. By default, this two-door has a 460-horsepower engine from the 911 Cup (997), but customers can also order a car with any engine mentioned above.
It is known that Evomax plans to release a total of 99 copies of each of the above-mentioned modifications, but the price list for these cars has not been disclosed.