TechArt Tuning Studio presented a modification GTstreet R, which departs from the model Porsche 911 Turbo and its S-version. The model has a body kit that includes a revised body kit elements from the standard 911 Turbo, and additional active aerodynamic components, generating 321 kg of downforce at 300 km/h.
Thus, carbon front splitter on the Porsche 911 Turbo GTstreet R has an active spoiler, directing the flow of air to the water and the oil cooler, and a central air outlet, which improves aerodynamics.Also mounted on the bumper flaps which increase the clamping force and reducing drag.
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In addition, the modified coupe has received an active rear wing made of carbon fiber, which slope is automatically adjusted in the range of 15 degrees while the Performance mode. The modification differs from the original Porsche 911 Turbo is not only the presence of body kit, but also a more powerful motor. For example, experts from TechArt prepared to enhance the impact of 3.8-liter “six” in several stages.
Tuners can bring out the engine to 600 hp or 640 “horses”. The second upgrade will allow the supercar to shoot from zero to hundred in 2.7 seconds and a mark of 200 km/h the car transfer any after 9.2 seconds. from the start. But in early 2017 in the company will offer customers a program for improving the engine returns to 720 forces.
Porsche 911 Turbo GTstreet R additionally equipped with a sports exhaust system, and an adjustable suspension with the possibility to increase the car’s ride height by 60 mm front. On wheels supercar set 20- and 21-inch alloy wheels, front and rear respectively.
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As for the interior model, the clients are offered a choice of two versions of interior – Exclusive and Clubsport. The first provides a high-quality leather trim, and the second bet on Alcantara. Leather or Alcantara can be trimmed door panels, the dashboard, center console and roof, but the carbon trim available as an option.
The cost of modifying the Porsche 911 Turbo GTstreet R from TechArt studio not called.