If you’re somehow bored with the look of your Porsche Carrera GT, why not do what rally driver Ernst Berg has done with his? Give Zagato, the world-famous design firm, a call to see if some tweaks can freshen things up a bit.
In its factory form, the Carrera GT is one stunning machine. What Zagato has done here is simply give it a customised touch to make the GT even more special.
The engine cover behind the cabin is completely redesigned and now features two large body-coloured panels which rise up to the roll-over hoops. Underneath it all sits a new exhaust system with oval tips instead of the usual circular style.
In keeping with Zagato tradition, the Carrera GT features that iconic double-bubble roof, with two faint yet unique bulges that rise up offering more headroom.
There’s no speak of any engine modifications, not that the standard 5.7-litre naturally aspirated V10 needs any sort of fondling. It produces 445kW of power at a screaming 8000rpm, capable of propelling the beauty from 0-100km/h in 3.9 seconds.
Click play below to have a listen to what it sounds like. It sends goosebumps down your spine.