The German manufacturer of suspension elements H&R Spezialfedern together with Burkhard Industries made the Porsche 911 Syberia RS in the spirit of Dakarovsky 953. The machine was built in a single copy for a private customer.
Initially, the owner planned to acquire the American Humvee, but due to the slowness of the SUV, he turned his attention to the Porsche. Donors for Syberia RS were imported from Japan and thoroughly modified.
At first, in the H&R Spezialfedern for the car, they designed and manufactured a new suspension, equally comfortable on off-road and on asphalt. Further, off-road accessories were added: a roof rack, perforated bumpers, a winch, and “toothy” Hankook DynaPro Mud Terrain tires.
In the interior of the Porsche 911 installed a roll cage, Recaro seats and a Momo steering wheel, upholstered in Alcantara. The extended gearshift lever and parking brake look like rally cars. There is no information on the modifications of the power unit. Most likely, the 3.2–liter engine with a capacity of 203 to 231 horsepower drives Syberia RS.