You are all probably familiar with TopCar Porsche 991 Stinger GTR because, for one thing, we’ve featured it here on MW more than a few times. But you have always seen this thing as a whole car, right? Now the tuner has revealed what the carbon fiber body components look like on their own.
This may not appeal to an average viewer, but to a car lover or a car engineer, this is just pure pornography. The Stinger GTR carbon body is the base of all TopCar Porsche 991 Turbo and Turbo S models and it consists of about 30 new items, each of which is made of carbon fiber by vacuum forming technology.
These photos not only showcase the high quality of the parts TopCar uses to build their cars, it also goes to show what they do is awfully close to coachbuilding and goes way beyond a mere body kit. All these parts are designed individually from scratch and then matched together to basically form a brand-new body. It wouldn’t be that big of a deal if it was just the bumpers, but they also change bonnet, wings, quarter panels, sills, engine covers and many other components, including the aero parts, with carbon replicas.
The benefits of going to this length to make sure TopCar Porsche 991 has a carbon fiber body include first and foremost the sheer prestige of the whole thing, and also incredible weigh saving and increased torsional and structural rigidity.