Germany’s Alpha-N Performance has announced plans to design a supercar based around the chassis of a current Porsche model, similar to the designs that fellow tuners RUF and 9FF have produced.
Alpha-N may be a new name on the scene, but founders of the company have come from the likes of the now defunct Veritas-VBT Racing, previously known as Brabham Racing, and was an expert at developing performance modifications for street use and racing.
Alpha-N is using a Porsche Cayman to form the basis of its new supercar. Dubbed the Alpha-One, the supercar will be powered by upwards of 800 horsepower and will weigh as little as between 2,400 and 2,800 pounds.
The Alpha-One will sport full carbon fiber body, styling of the Porsche Cayman – which the car is based off of – and elements borrowed from the Porsche 918 Spyder. No word as to what will be powering the Alpha-One yet or pricing but you can see the current renderings below.