Porsche 918 Spyder tuned by Oakley Design with 937bhp spotted in London [video]

Last month Edo Competition ordered three Porsche 918 Spyders for tuning, but it looks like Oakley Design is the first tuner to tweak the latest supercar from Stuttgart.

The car you see here was spotted in London and looks stock, but was upgraded by Oakley Design to produce a total of 937bhp. The standard 918 Spyder comes in comparison with 875bhp.

Details are limited on what was done to the car, but most likely the added power comes from a modified naturally-aspirated 4.6-litre V8 engine with power raised from 600bhp to 662bhp.

It is unlikely anything was done to the two electric motors which have a combined power output of 282bhp.

The car belongs to a customer from Kuwait, who shortly after receiving his car started a road trip to Paris. Make sure you turn on the volume as there are couple of other exotic cars with a beautiful exhaust note in the video below.


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