Hot Wheels: HG Performance 675 WHP Porsche 997.2 Turbo S Cabriolet – One Take

Hot Wheels: HG Performance 675 WHP Porsche 997.2 Turbo S Cabriolet – One Take

Awesome Hot Wheels Review: HG Performance 675 WHP Porsche 997.2 Turbo S Cabriolet – One Take



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This unique Porsche build by HG Motorsports features a host of go-fast, track-ready modifications, from the roll bar to the widened front fenders, to a full BBI Street Cup Suspension and Carbon Revolution wheels; not to mention the 675 WHP twin-turbo 3.8L flat-six. What makes it unique is all this technology is applied to a Cabriolet. While at first it seems to not make sense, one fast mountain blast on a beautiful California spring day makes Matt get the point real quick.

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39 Replies to “Hot Wheels: HG Performance 675 WHP Porsche 997.2 Turbo S Cabriolet – One Take”

  1. I've had 3 911 cabs and have lived in backroads rough areas… zero complaints on chassis rigidity. Unlike 99% of cars, the 911 has had continuous improvements for over 50 years. By now they've figured out how to make a stiff cabriolet.

  2. Looks so dope. I certainly wouldn't mind owning a convertible like this. I hate convertibles too. Unless they are the hard top versions. Even then I'm not really a fan the feel.is different almost like the car is less stable and stiff. Idk why. Just not a fan. But this looks and sounds amazing I would totally go for it

  3. id rather drive the one with the roof but this would be a bucket list drive for me. I've been a follower of your since day 1 and what gets me is you still get that school boy giggle in a properly good car. You can fake that

  4. The right for this road is a Boxster GTS. Better handling and with the 330hp NA engine and 2910 curb weight it will really fly. and then there is the sound…….

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