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Thursday, October 21, 2021

One-of-a-kind custom-made Porsche 968 L'Art

~Rememberance moment~Although it was created in short production periods 30 years ago in between of 1991 to 1995, the Porsche 968 sports car has a distinct impression on Arthur Kar known as the founder and owner of apparel and car dealerships KAR and L'Art de L'automobile based in Paris, France.
Porsche 968 L'Art is built by Arthur Kar of L'Art de L'automobile to celebrate the model debut back in 1991. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
It's no secret that Arthur Kar likes sports cars made by the Stuttgart-based auto manufacturer. And according to him, the Porsche 968 has a lot of potential, so he decided to work on it on creating a truly unique speedster of his own design
to celebrate its first debut 30 years ago.
The standard version of the Porsche 968 was made in short production periods 30 years ago in between of 1991 to 1995 by the Porsche auto manufacturer. (Picture from: CarPIxel)
The one-off custom sports car was later called the Porsche 968 L'Art which was also gave a special color called the L'Art Green Pearl. The beautiful car was shown in a short video upload of less than 2 minutes on September 26, 2021, on Porsche's Youtube channel. Then the newly designed Porsche 968 made its debut at the Porsche and L'Art de L'automobile car show in Paris, France, from September 30 to October 3, 2021.
The Porsche 968 L'Art sketch drawings made by Arthur Kar of L'Art de L'automobile. (Picture from: HighNobiety)
As You can see, the Porsche 968 L'Art has a removal roof design to make create a speedster styles and looks slighty different from the original 968. Indeed, the L'Art de L'Automobile custom car has a revised bodywork, with a slightly elevated part behind the seat. 

Furthermore, at the rear you can't find the separate taillights like the original model, instead L'Art de L'Automobile has given the LED taillights that spans on the width of the tail including the brake lights positioned in the middle.
The Porsche 968 L'Art has a smoothly nose left a slight crease on the original headlight positions, meanwhile the LED inline headlights flanking the lettering of L'Art de L'Automobile positioned under it plus big-sizes embossed lettering of Porsche on the bumper position used to be. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
Changes were also made to the front, where L'Art de L'automobile removed the original headlights feature, replaced it with a smoothly nose left a slight crease on the original headlight positions, meanwhile the LED inline headlights flanking the lettering of L'Art de L'Automobile positioned under it plus big-sizes embossed lettering of Porsche on the bumper position used to be.
The Porsche 968 L'Art has a simple and minimalistic interior with the steering wheel looks similar to the one on the Porsche 944, where the 'KAR' logo is attached to the center. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
The interior looks simple and minimalistic, the steering wheel looks similar to the one on the Porsche 944, where the 'KAR' logo is attached to the center. While the instrument panel has a shadow effect on dark-colored background.
The Porsche 968 L'Art has a removal roof design to make create a speedster styles and looks slighty different from the original 968. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
Furthermore, there're a clock and stopwatch from TAG Heuer are also pinned in the center of the dashboard of this new Porsche 968 sports car. This sports car seats are specially made by Recaro, meanwhile the L'Art Targa sound system produced by Bose.
The Porsche 968 L'Art the LED taillights that spans on the width of the tail including the brake lights positioned in the middle. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
As quoted from Motor1, L'Art de L'automobile does not explain in detail about the powertrain, output or performance. And as we all know the majority of standard Porsche 968 cars are powered by a naturally aspirated 3.0-liter four-cylinder engine, which is capable of producing around 237 horsepower (177 kilowatts) and torque of 225 pound-feet (305 Newton-meters), besides that there're 14 units powered by turbocharged engines capable of pumping out 305 hp (227 kW) and 369 lb-ft (500 Nm) of torque.
Looking back at the automaker's background, it's clear that the Porsche 968 L'Art was designed to meet the style only not the speed with new doors and tiny mirrors and rear wheels under an emerald color-coded lid. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | L'ART DE L'AUTOMOBILE | ID.MOTOR1 | CARBUZZ HIGHSNOBIETY ]
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