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The 1970s Porsche 935 is a car racing icon, having dominated the likes of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Sebring, and Daytona. California’s Bisimoto Engineering wants to bring the 1978 “Moby Dick” long tail Le Mans winner version back but this time in black and with electric-only power. Bisomoto is taking this on by partnering with ACRONYM designer and co-founder, Errolson Hugh, and concept design artist, Khyzyl Saleem to bring the car to life. Called “Moby X”, the 935 EV sits on a 930-era 911 chassis, and has its long tail accentuated by the lack of a spoiler and the inclusion of a protruding LED light bar. The Moby X also gets a modernized set of aero-shaped LED headlights on both sides of the bumper, a reworked front fascia, and custom aero. We especially love the deep inset, concave wheels and the black/white/grey colorway. There are no details on the power, but expect it to be significant.

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