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Nostalgia. In detail.
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The Look

Tribute to a real classic.

The Kaege RETRO is not a copy. It is an interpretation of the legendary F-model, based on a 993.

Both cars’ dimensions differ fundamentally, hence a mere copy would not even have been technically feasible.

But we succeeded in preserving the authentic proportions – and thus are proud to have created a sports car that may be seen as a tribute to a classic but relies on its own DNA.

The Details

Nostalgia. In detail.

Perfection is to be found in all the little details: We worked passionately on all the car’s accessoires.

Bumpers, trim strips, tank caps, lights and many other details will delight you even when you have a closer look.

The Bodywork

A lightweight beauty.

By deliberately using carbon parts we did not only add a modern touch to this nostalgic car concept but also were able to reduce the RETRO’s overall weight in comparision with the original 993 by more than 100 kilograms.

Little bodywork modifications that will be positively reflected in the car’s driving characteristics and a reduced fuel consumption – but remain completely invisible in terms of the consequent nostalgic overall look.

The Wheels

Old wheels reinvented.

An immaculate vintage look – but as modern, safe and powerful as possible by any means:

This also applies to the RETRO’s tires and rims: We made the decision for a modern high-end wheel in the classy “Fuchs”-design. But of course, we are open for your ideas and preferences as well in this regard.

The Exhaust

Sound performance.

One of the few parts where we have decided in favour of a complete redesign: The exhaust pipe.

It suits the RETRO – the sound, the performance and the quality prove that we have made the right decision.

The RETRO-LED Headlights

Simply brilliant.

The RETRO-LEDs are an in-house development that stand out due to their modern LED-based concept within an immaculate vintage look.

Energy-saving, light-intense and far more durable then their original predecessors – without disturbing the classy appearance of the car.

The Finish

Colours ahead.

Of course, we tend to prefer classical nuances – however, in the end it will be up to you whether you choose classy understatement or a flamboyant statement as regards the colour.

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