Venerable Porsche tuning house Techart has released tuned versions of both the 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera and 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo.
This new personalization range, as Techart calls it, includes a wide array of aerodynamic and styling options that owners can purchase to further customize their Carrera or Turbo. According to Techart, this new line of bodykits was designed to underline the sport-focused nature of the 911’s driver. As with all Techart products, the materials used include carbon fiber and polyurethane RIM.
New parts of note include a new two-piece Front Spoiler I that integrates perfectly with the front of the 911 and ensures that functionality of the 911’s active front spoiler is maintained. Many customers will opt for the combination package of both the new Front Spoiler I and Rear Wing II. The new Rear Wing II component is a fixed rear wing that works together with the multi-point adjustable front splitter to achieve aerodynamic performance.
The 911 Carerra models will have the option of two different rear wings – both an adjustable unit and a fixed unit.
As always, power kit upgrades are available for both the Carrera and Turbo. The headline grabbing number is the additional 60 horsepower that Techart has managed to squeeze out of the already potent Turbo S. The total output of the Turbo S with the help of Techart’s tuning is a whopping 640 hp and 880 Nm of torque.
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