911 Turbo Cabrio by GMP Performance

Tuning

A speedArt body kit, Brembo brakes and HRE alloys have transformed this Porsche 997 Turbo Cabrio.

North Carolina-based tuning house GMP Performance has followed up its Bentley Continental GT widebody with a comprehensive overhaul of this Porsche 997 Turbo Cabrio. The most obvious change is the addition of a complete aerodynamic package courtesy of speedART, which includes a front lip spoiler made from German Glass-Kevlar, a rear wing including fiberglass wingblade, and a fiberglass rear diffusor and side skirts. Other exterior enhancements include a set of 20-inch 590R alloys by HRE.

Performane modifications include the addition of Brembo Gran Turismo Brakes front and rear, which should signifcantly improve stopping power, while drivetrain improvements include an Evo billet aluminum ShiftLink, replacing the stock plastic shifter linkage, and a short throw manual shifter by B&M. Finally, a coilover kit by Bilstein allows the 911 Turbo to be lowered by up to 30mm.

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