Some automotive purists might think a lifted Porsche 911 with knobby tires is anathema to what the car was meant to be. But one look at the Syberia RS, and they might become converts. Born in the spirit of the original 911 rally car from 1965, the stilted off-road, rear-engined monster became a legend. German suspension outfit H&R just built the Syberia RS, gave it a slathering of blackness, and modernized the air-cooled Porsche 911 rally car with bigger wheel arches, a new suspension system, and chunkified Hankook all-terrain tires on 16-inch Fuchs wheels. It also gets a set of blinding rally lights, a stealthy low-profile roof rack, dual center exhaust, and that iconic ducktail spoiler.