Well, isn’t this is a little different? An anonymous Porsche owner approached Nigel Tuckey, owner of Trinity Motorsports in Lima, Ohio to see if the company could rework the cockpit of his car, to give it a central driving position reminiscent of the fabled McLaren F1. The result is the Centro 911.
We applaud the workmanship, and can see how it has taken an estimated 300 hours to create, but would have liked to have seen a bespoke dashboard rather the factory item with shifted instrument binnacle and carbon trim sections.
Also, we could understand somebody wanting to transform their 911 GT2 or GT3 track day car in such a manner to achieve weight distribution more akin to that of a single-seater racecar. But a 997.2 Carrera S Cabriolet?