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2017 Techart Porsche 991 Turbo Aero Kit

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Techart’s work on the latest iteration of the 911, known to us as 991.2 or MkII, began with a cool body kit for the Carrera series. Then they launched the Carbon Line for the GT3 RS, and now we have this, Techart Porsche 991 Turbo for the 2017 Turbo and Turbo S models in both coupe and convertible body styles.

As you would expect, the aero kit designed by the German tuner for these models is an exquisite one with every detail well thought and carefully designed for optimum aerodynamic performance and classy looks. They say Techart Porsche 991 Turbo  kit “underlines the sport-focused attitude of the 911 Turbo driver,” which must mean it wants to have fun, but it also wants to look dignified while having fun.

The program devised for the Turbo includes the addition of a two-piece Front Spoiler I featuring an integrated splitter to the front apron. The multi-stage adjustable front spoiler works in tandem with a fixed Turbo rear wing in exposed carbon fiber to help the Porsche cut through the air more easily. Carbon fiber grille bezels and inserts and a set of the latest Formula IV wheels (20” and 21”) round up the package on the outside.

But that is not all for the 2017 Techart Porsche 991 Turbo. There is also a power module boosting the output to 640 horsepower and dropping the 0-100 time down to 2.7 seconds, suspension lift system, and an “individual” interior treatment including leather refinement and upholstery, decorative stitchings, carbon made or lacquered seat backpanels, in-house produced carbon trims and lacquered surfaces or color-matched instrument dials.

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