Techart have displayed the Techart GTstreet R and GTstreet R Convertible here at the Geneva Motor Show 2017. The German Porsche tuning company have both Coupe and Convertible versions of their most potent Porsche on display. Based on the Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S, the GTstreet R features extensive carbon fibre body parts.

The carbon fibre components include a carbon fibre front apron, central air outlet, carbon air frames and a lightweight carbon front lid. Carbon front fenders are included with wider front wheel air outlets. There are carbon side skirts, carbon air intakes, rear diffuser and central carbon fibre exhaust pipes.

The rear wing raises automatically with 15 degrees of adjustment. Active aerodynamics provide a total downforce of 321 kg at 300 km/h in Performance Mode. The look is very extreme, making the GT3 RS look tame in comparison.

The Porsche 911 Turbo’s 3.8 litre engine gets an impressive two stage power boost. The first stage takes the 560 hp unit up to 640 hp and a maximum torque of 880 Nm. The second stage allows for 720 hp and should be available as of early 2017. In combination with the all-whee drive system, performance is likely to be sensational.

Geneva Motor Show 2017 GTspirit

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