y Chris Harris | Road & Track | May 2, 2013
The trade of updating and improving motorcars is nearly as old as the horseless carriage itself. Given that, it requires a profoundly impressive take on the craft for a so-called “tuner car” to gain the collective attention of the industry.
But back in 2009, it happened: A chap called Rob played around with an old Porsche 911 and showed his work to a few people. Within weeks it was a legend, one that swelled and gathered momentum for three years, during which time few people actually drove it. But then, few people actually drove a Vector, right? Lack of seat time doesn’t preclude legendary status.