This one is a Stuttgart creation that didn't even leave its hometown. It's a 996-generation Porsche 911 Carrera S covered in black and was spotted at the same convention where we saw a 918 Spyder replica based on the Cayman. Besides the wrap, this car also has a conversion to the 997 headlights and aftermarket taillights, but we can tell what it is by looking at the interior.
About a week ago, we presented a Fiat 500 with fur that looked like a Labrador. But the Porsche 911 in velvet is more like a mouse. The wrap is immaculately done, despite the complex shape of the German sportscar. That hunching back makes it look like a squatting animal. All it needs is a tail, whiskers and a nose.
A second-hand 996 can be as cheap as €12,000, but we still think it's a shame to treat one like this. Maybe the wrap money would be better spent on repairs. So if a Porsche is a mouse, what makes a good cat car? Probably a Jaguar!