Geneva Motor Show is going to be full of fantastic cars this year, as all of the tuners have saved their best works for this event. This is more special for the new Porsche 911 Turbo, because it was released a few months before the show so all of modified versions are revealed at the same time! We’ve seen TechArt and Hamann 911 Turbos so far, and here’s the SpeedART’s take…
Called the SpeedART BTR-II 650 EVO, it comes with bigger turbochargers, a sport exhaust with sport cats and twin tail pipes plus sport headers/manifolds, sport air filter and enlarged intercoolers. Therefore it generates 150 more horsepower than the standard 997 Turbo and churns out 650 hp which results in 0-100 km/h is 3.2 seconds and top speed of over 330 km/h.
The car’s sport exhaust system has active valves in it which change the sound of the engine electronically using a switch inside the cabin.
SpeedART also provides the Turbo with a nice and sporty body kit consisting of a front spoiler lip and gun-metal frames for more downforce and better brake cooling, side skirts, rear diffuser and a rear spoiler with movable rear wing which can be had in naked carbon fiber for some extra sportiness!
They also offer LSC FORGED 20-inch light weight alloys for this car wrapped in 245/30 and 325/25 ZR tires. There’s also a new adjustable sport suspension which works together with the standard PASM system and can be even tuned into the Race mode!
Interior modifications include: sport steering wheel for all models and with F1 shift paddles for PDK, Sport seats with carbon shell in leather, alcantara or special design variations, special leather or alcantara applications, and carbon interior parts in different colors.
2010 Porsche 911 Turbo By SpeedART,