/speedART Porsche 997 Turbo BTR-II 650 EVO

speedART Porsche 997 Turbo BTR-II 650 EVO

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This is the new Porsche 997 Turbo by speedART, and to sum it up in a few words we have to say it is awesome! This one is called BTR-II 650 EVO and not only they’ve upgraded the power output to 650 hp, also tweaked the standard PDK gearbox for maximum performance. It also looks very interesting mostly thanks to the new 20-inch wheels.

The new EVO’s body kit consists of spoiler lip and gun-metal frames for more down force and better brake cooling, side skirts, rear diffuser and a rear spoiler with movable rear wing. Those wheels we’ve been talking about are 3-piece LSC FORGED 20-inch with 245/30 ZR20 front and 325/25 ZR20 rear tires.

The engine, with bigger VTG-turbo chargers, a sport exhaust with sport cats and twin tail pipes plus sport headers/manifolds, sport air filter and enlarged intercoolers, is now capable of 650 hp and 900 Nm of torque. 0 to 100 km/h is done in, no seconds at all! 0 to 200 in just over 9 seconds and top speed of 334 km/h.

The ride and handling is also tweaked with Sportive and adjustable speedART sport suspension type “street race” including PASM function.

As for the interior, you get a 340 mm sport steering wheel with F1 shift paddles for PDK, enlargement of power boost display up to 1,8 bar, carbon interior parts in many colours, stitched interior parts and floor mates in many colours, coloured safety seat belts, coloured instrument dials.

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