The low-speed ride is no firmer than stock, and nicely rounds off short, sharp bumps. As speed rises, the ride quality stays taut, but the lack of spurious body movement on undulating roads makes it more comfortable. Understeer in the tighter bends is significantly reduced, and together with a pointier front end, you feel far more confident when really pressing on. You could say that the Werks One Turbo feels more like a AWD GT2 than a modified Turbo-no bad thing. The Werks One flagship combines that GT2 agility with the security of all-wheel drive, while delivering punch worthy of a major league supercar costing twice as much.

Despite what Maraj says about not attempting to be a TechArt or Gemballa, his team has succeeded in creating a well-balanced and very fast super-Porsche that can stand toe-to-toe with the best from the established German tuners.

Werks One 911 Turbo

Layout
Longitudinal rear engine, all-wheel drive

Engine
3.6-liter flat six, dohc, 24-valve, turbocharged and intercooled. Werks One carbon airbox, modified VTG turbos, Werks One race exhaust by Tubi Style, Werks One high-efficiency intercooler system, GIAC software

Transmission
Six-speed manual, Champion Motorsport single-mass flywheel, Sachs Sport clutch disc, OEM short-shift kit

Suspension
Custom coilovers with H&R springs and spring perches, and stock damper inserts, 997 GT3 Cup front and rear control arms, RSR spherical bearings, H&R 26mm front and 24mm rear adjustable anti-roll bars, front strut brace

Brakes
OEM PCCB assemblies

Wheels and Tires
Champion Motorsport alloys, 9x19 (f), 12x19 (r) Michelin Pilot Sport Cup, 235/35 (f), 305/30 (r)

Exterior
Werks One front splitter, rear wing, rear diffuser

Interior
Carrera GT fixed carbon seats, GT3 RS steering wheel, custom Alcantara trim

Performance
Peak Power: 658 hp @ 6650 rpm
Peak Torque: 631 lb-ft @ 3450 rpm
0-62 mph: 3.4 sec.
Top Speed: 198 mph

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