As you well know, Litchfield sits atop the GT-R tuning totem pole with potty projects like the 1,100bhp street-legal carbon-bodied Godzilla shooting for a sub-seven-minute Nordschleife lap. But over recent years it’s been diversifying, developing packages for BMW, Alpine and most recently, the new Supra – uncorking all these cars to give more shove and better handling. Well, now Iain and his team have got their power-hungry hands on the new ‘992’ Porsche 911 and the results are remarkable.

What kind of results? How about 582bhp for both the Carrera and Carrera S thanks to a cheeky little ECU remap. That’s a boost of 200bhp from the turbocharged 3.0-litre flat-six without having to go near a set of spanners. Better than that, it makes this new entry-level 992 as powerful as the previous generation’s most halo product, the Turbo S.