Porsche's new all-wheel-drive 911 gets customized by TopCar and 9ff.
The all-wheel-drive Porsche 911 Carrera 4 and 4S only made their official debuts at the 2012 Paris Motor Show this past week, but it hasn't taken Russian tuning house TopCar very long to render what the company's latest package will look like. Released on TopCar USA's Facebook page, the new 991-generation Carrera 4/4S will be getting a new body kit along with some extra power thanks to partner 9ff out of Germany. The modifications to the all-wheel-drive 911 start with an aerodynamically-optimized body kit.
The kit consists of wider front and rear fenders, new front and rear bumpers, hood and side skirts. The new pieces will be built out of lightweight carbon fiber and Kevlar fabric and have been developed by vacuum forming. Each customized Carrera will come equipped with a set of ultra-light ADV.1 forged wheels. Expect the TopCar kit to debut at Top Marques in Monaco come April where further details will emerge. Despite being larger than the model it replaces, the latest Carrera is 143 lbs lighter. With a 350-horsepower 3.4-liter inline-four, the Carrera 4 will hit 60 in 4.7 seconds, while the 400hp, 3.8-liter Carrera 4S drops that down to 4.3.