Techart wanted to give the Porsche 911 Turbo S a refined makeover, something that would attract attention without being too much. Thus, they opted for subtle body kit that features a new spoiler as well as some brand-new wheels, the emphasis being placed on technical improvements.
Power-wise, there’s an increase in the Porsche's performance by 60 hp and 130 Nm, the new standard 911 Turbo S delivering 560 hp / 700 Nm (750 Nm with over boost in Sport- and Sport Plus mode). Thus, the Power Kit TA 091/T1.1 from Techart is based on the company’s intelligent management system called Techtronic.
According to the design company, the car will be able to accelerate to 62 mph in just 2.8 seconds, now reaching a top speed of 204 miles per hour. That sounds pretty awesome and we can say we’re dealing with quite a beast-of-car. Besides all of this, the sport exhaust system has been added with a valve control system for a significantly richer and more robust acoustic performance with just the press of a button, which might just come in handy depending on the mood and situation.
Overall, from a design point of view, the vehicle looks pretty nice giving out a very classic vibe but with a modern twist, a very Bond-like feeling. When it comes to its performance, we’re talking about one roaring vehicle with newfound power to back up its howl.
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