Theon Design unveils bespoke Porsche 911 Targa: the GBR003

Experience performance and luxury with Theon Design’s latest creation, the GBR003 Porsche 911 Targa. Meticulously crafted for the connoisseur, this open-top masterpiece combines cutting-edge engineering with timeless design.

Theon Design, renowned for its bespoke automotive creations, introduces the GBR003 Porsche 911 Targa, a pinnacle of luxury and performance. Crafted with precision at Theon’s facility in Oxfordshire’s motorsport valley, this is a masterpiece of bespoke engineering.

This model features a custom all-carbon body and a powerful 4.0-litre naturally aspirated engine. Boasting a six-speed manual transmission and exquisite craftsmanship, it embodies the essence of a true driving experience.

Finished in a unique paint-to-sample pastel blue and adorned with liquorice leather, the GBR003 Targa is a testament to personalised luxury. Its design seamlessly blends OEM+ engineering with hand-crafted touches, resulting in a vehicle that captivates both the eyes and the senses.

Theon’s obsessive attention to detail extends to every aspect of the GBR003, ensuring unparalleled driving dynamics and control. Innovative carbon fibre strengthening enhances torsional rigidity while keeping weight to a minimum, allowing uncompromised performance.

Equipped with a bespoke exhaust system and a slick six-speed manual gearbox, this model delivers an exhilarating performance with near-synaptic throttle response. The switchable TracTive Active Controlled Electronics damping system ensures precise handling in any driving condition, elevating the open-top driving experience to new heights.

Inside, the GBR003 boasts a luxurious cabin crafted from the finest materials. Carbon fibre elements reduce weight while enhancing the aesthetic appeal, creating a driving environment that is both refined and sporty. Modern comforts such as air conditioning and a bespoke audio system enhance the driving experience.

Each car is a unique collaboration with the customer and takes 18 months to build.



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