Restomoding a car is the new term for restoration and modernization for an older car model. And turning the old Porsche 356 into a real-life project ready for restomoding. The design seen in the pictures below will come on the real road.
Right now, in Poland, a coachbuilding company is making the impossible possible. After a proper study on the design provided by Bo Zolland, they want to literally use it as a guide to bring on the roads his brilliant idea: adding small 21st century features to the original 356.
The changes are small, but make the new Porsche 356 a museum gem. In the front view, we have a new lower bumper and the fender’s shape has been modified. Meanwhile, the headlights are repositioned and replaced with modern ones.
Zolland also restyled the wheels with polished chrome rims and got a lower ride height. The engine is covered by two grilles, newly fitted taillights, and a customed bumper. The Prosche 356 Restomod altogether brings a new ride for today's demands. Based on the 1985 Porsche 911 SC chassis, the Porsche 356 still looks at its best.
For a better experience, the designer completed the 356 with an SC’s 3.2-liter engine modernized with aluminum and carbon fiber combination.