911 Attack by Anibal Automotive

Tuning

Carbon-fiber body kit, silver wrap and matching alloys have added some extra attitude to the latest Porsche 991.

Montreal-based tuning outfit Anibal Automotive Design has revealed images of its latest "Attack" project, based on the Porsche 911 (991). According to company CEO and designer Hani Harfouche, this is the final Attack model in the series and is ready to go into production. The body kit is predominantly made up of carbon-fiber parts, including the oversized rear spoiler, front and rear bumpers, roof and hood, the latter two benefitting from a coat of black paint.

The rest of the 911's body is wrapped in silver, complemented by a set of color-coordinated alloys. Details on price and availability have yet to be released.

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