There were only 50 Dauer Porsche 962 LeMans road cars built.
The Racing version built by Jochen Dauer won the Le Mans 24
hour race in 1994 racing as a road legal GT1 car.
Although the Dauer Porsche 962 LeMans was officially claimed
to achieve 230 mph, there are unverified claims that the car
could exceeded 250 mph.
Dauer Racing (now Dauer Sportwagen) produced the 962 Le Mans
from stripped down Porsche 962 chassis which were modified for
road use. Elements of the bodywork were replaced with redesigned
carbon fibre and kevlar panels. The under tray was replaced
with a flat version for superior stability at high speeds.
An adjustable hydraulic suspension system was also fitted to
meet German ride height requirements.
The interior modifications included the addition of a second
seat and leather trim. A DVD player and video screen was also
added to some cars.