TechArt has officially unveiled their first package for the Porsche 911 (991) at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The German tuner presented the program, which features an upgrade of the exterior and interior for the seventh generation Porsche 911.
At the front TechArt installed a spoiler featuring an integrated splitter. Furthermore the front is enhanced via two aero wings ‒ integrated into the front air inlet vents ‒ which lend the car a new and dynamic shaft outline.
At the rear a new fixed spoiler with a trailing edge and an integrated third brake light is mounted, together wit a rear diffusor and side skirts to complete the exterior range. An upgraded exhaust system with valve control is also included in this package, as well as optional lightweight 20 and 21 inch five-spoke light alloy wheels.
The interior of the TechArt 991 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.
Without a doubt this package is just the first step for a complete overhaul of the latest Porsche 911 by TechArt, so an engine upgrade is in the works as well.