German tuner TechArt has officially released their program for the 2012 Porsche 911 (991) ahead of its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2012.

The newly developed exterior design for the Carrera and Carrera S models features a series of parts. The two-part front spoiler with an integrated splitter fits perfectly into the design of the new sports car and allows the front to sit even closer to the ground. In addition, two aero wings are integrated into the front air inlet vents.

At the rear you will find a fixed rear spoiler with a trailing edge and an integrated third brake light. The rear diffusor and side skirts on the wing of the vehicle complete the exterior range. Subtle trim panels for the front headlights as well as side mirror panels are the final touch.

A new exhaust system with valve control including EC-type approval, as well as dual oval tubes, provides an improved acoustic sound track. The new 911 rides on TechArt Formula five-spoke light alloy wheels in 20 or 21 inch. Additionally, Formula III forged wheels with five dynamically designed double spokes are available in 20 and 21 inch. This wheel offers a weight advantage of up to 15 percent compared to a cast wheel.

For the interior of the sports car there is a range of the materials, stylish colour combinations and numerous modification options, giving the customer the chance to implement all of the customisations they want, according to the tuner. The exhibition display car for the Geneva Motor Show features a modified interior in black leather and Alcantara. The vehicle-colour-coordinated stitching is combined with matt-painted interior components in racing yellow and black, as well as a carbon fiber trim. An ergonomically shaped TechArt three-spoke sports steering wheel has paddle shifters and completes the interior of the yellow Porsche 911 Carrera S.

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