The second skin job of the Proscha was handled by WrapZone. The specialist explains that the machine was wraped for Porsche Sweden, with the velocity tool doing its thing in the GT4 Scandinavia series.
As far as I know, the GT4 is delivered in white trim, so it's safe to say this unit has been taken extremely far from the factory look. Then again, it's only normal for a racecar to receive such treatment.
And I wasn't kidding in the title - that striking orange hue, along with the strong contrast delivered by the matte black bits and pieces, make the thing look like a becon,
In fact, the said aftermarket specialist talks about this in the Instagram post showcasing the Porscha.
"Wrapped in fluorescent orange and matte black, pretty sure that there will be no problem seeing this around the track," we are being told.
This is a brilliant opportunity to remind you that the main element separating the 718 GT4 street car from the Clubsport race is well hidden inside the car.
The motorsport toy comes with an updated version of its predecessor's 991.1 Carrera S-borrowed 3.8-liter boxer, which delivers 425 hp. As for the road-going model, this is powered by an all-new 4.0-liter flat-six packing 420 ponies - the fresh arrival is a bored and stroked version of the twin-turbo 3.0-liter engine found in the 992 Porsche 911 Carrera S.
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Love how this brand new Porsche 718 GT4 Clubsport turned out! Wrapped a while ago for @porschesweden to compete in the GT4 Scandinavia racing series. Wrapped in flourescent orange and matte black, pretty sure that there will be no problem seeing this arround the track. Artwork done in-house. #wrapzone #porsche #gt4 #clubsport #hexis #flourescent #mtech #gt4scandinavia #paintisdead #thewrapsociety #becauseracecar #wrappedcarsonly #porschewelt #718