Driving the Porsche GT2 is often described as dancing with death - consider that the GT2 takes all the mechanicals of the Porsche 911 Turbo, then adds more horsepower and removes the safety of all-wheel-drive, leaving you with a car that will pirouette on cue without cautious use of the right foot.

Apparently, though, the engineers at famed Porsche-tuning firm 9ff thought that the standard GT2 was a bit lacking in the power department, and on further reflection we can see how 530hp (395kW), a 3.7 second sprint to 62mph and a top speed of over 200mph might get a little boring. To remedy this, 9ff has just revealed its new 'BT-2' modification program for the GT2 supercar. Utilizing a new exhaust system, some subtle reprogramming of the ECU and some neat aerodynamic mods, the BT-2 from 9ff is just what suicidal Porsche fans have been waiting for.

Boasting 350hp (261kW) more than the standard model, the BT-2 takes its 850hp (634kW) and 678lb-ft (920Nm) of torque and transmits it to the road efficiently enough to hit 62mph in just 3 seconds flat, and the car will be doing just shy of 200mph after 19 seconds. If you have the patience and a road that’s straight enough, the BT-2 will take you on to a top speed of almost 240mph, a speed not far off from what the Bugatti Veyron can achieve.

If you're brave enough, 9ff already offers other vehicles that can outpace the Bugatti Veyron's top speed of 407km/h, and the company is currently working on a vehicle that it hopes will eventually outdo the world's fastest production vehicle, the SSC Ultimate Aero TT.