If you’re looking to add some individuality to your 992 Porsche 911 Carrera, TechArt has revealed a conclusive catalogue featuring exterior and interior refinements, a bump in power and some louder exhausts.
TechArt boasts that this line-up combines modern technology with traditional craftsmanship. Each piece has gone through clay modelling by hand but also takes advantage of digital 3D modelling. They’ve also been track and wind-tunnel tested.
For the exterior, the 911 Carrera can be fitted with a redesigned five-piece front spoiler which includes a splitter element. This piece can be adapted to fit the Porsche SportDesign package as well. Complementing this is a pair of airframes which highlight the two air intakes at the front of the car.
At the rear, a redesigned side skirt creates a unique profile for the design while the rear becomes more aggressive with a more prominent diffuser and larger rear wing. Speaking of the wing, TechArt boasts that it benefits from glass-like uprights made of Makrolon. The transparent polycarbonate allows the wing to stylishly complement the engine cover which has also been redesigned with two air intakes and an additional braking light.
A final touch to the 911’s profile is the 20-inch front and 21-inch rear TechArt Daytona II forged wheel design and a 30 mm drop in ride height via the sports suspension.
Adjustments to the cabin feature a refinement of materials such as leather and wool. Illuminated carbon door sill plates, aluminium pedals and a handcrafted sports steering wheel are some of the many accessories that can be opted for.
The twin-turbocharged 3,0-litre flat-six benefits from a slight bump in power as well. From 331 kW and 530 N.m of torque, the brand’s in-house ECU bumps the power figure up to 375 kW and 610 N.m. Sound is amplified by a sports exhaust system with dynamic valves to adjust the volume.
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