Today, Nardone Automotive offers a series of changes to the Porsche
928 to transform it into a special and tailor-made GT.
The bodywork, with muscular fenders, is made almost entirely of composite materials, the front and rear lights have been specifically designed and built, the new, forged 18-inch wheels equipped with Michelin Pilot Sport 5 tires are a modern interpretation of the old ‘manhole’ 16” wheel.
The interior has been completely revised and welcomes Foglizzo leather and Alcantara. The infotainment now incorporates the Porsche Classic Management system (PCCM) combined with a luxury Hi-Fi system and Apple CarPlay.
From a technical point of view, the 928 from Nardone Automotive relies on the classic eight- cylinder V-aspirated engine targeted to output 400bhp. Managed by a modern engine control unit and coupled to the original 5-speed manual gearbox, now modified to a 6-speed manual with a limited-slip differential.
Finally, the chassis setup utilises redesigned front and rear axle and spindle, active controlled electronic suspension, increased brakes and adaptive electric power steering.
After Milan Design Week, Nardone Automotive’s 928 will once again be in the spotlight at one of the most anticipated automotive events of the year, the Goodwood Festival of Speed, from 23 to 26 June, in England. The first deliveries of the 928 by Nardone Automotive are expected in 2024.
To make his dream come true, Thierry Nardone has surrounded himself with a series of partners of the highest level, true professional masters in the fields of design, interior cladding, engineering, engine development
something unique and extraordinary together:
Studio BorromeodeSilva in Milan and Podium Advanced Technologies in Pont St. Martin (AO), the same companies that designed and built the Amos Futurista Automobiles.
Nardone Automotive is a French company based in Aix-En-Provence that operates in the non- conservative restoration sector: the restomod of the Porsche 928 is its first product. The founder, Thierry Nardone, 39, is a great car enthusiast and has always cultivated a deep passion for the so- called “transaxle” Porsche, which he is serenely obsessed with.