The subtle visual package is formed with track enthusiasts in mind.
Make no mistake, the current 992 Porsche 911 GT3 is an exemplary performance car that aptly merges thrilling dynamics with reasonable daily usability. Until the flagship GT3 RS arrives there may be some who find it lacking just a bit in terms of providing a more focused driving experience on the track.
In a bid to resolve this, the Rennsport experts at TechArt have released a comparatively less extreme catalog that should give the GT3 the extra edge that you may be looking for. Unlike the compelling set of alterations designed by Friedrich Performance earlier this year, changes here are strictly visual but they can be applied to the Touring derivative as well.
The star of the show here is the carbon-fiber visual package that consists of front fenders with wheel arch louvers that widen the car by 0.6 inches. Pairing this with the visible carbon front lid gives the special sports car a more track-oriented appearance and claims to improve the overall airflow. These are complemented by carbon replacements for the front spoiler lip, door mirrors, side skirts, and lower rear apron.
As a finishing touch, the tuning firm has also added a carbon wing with custom end plates and a carbon air intake located on the trunk lid. Giving you the option of creating a personalized visual package, you can request TechArt to finish these handmade parts in matte, high gloss, or forged visible carbon. For a truly special touch, it will even install cast acrylic glass lettering for the rear section.
The wheel of choice for TechArt's GT3 package is the 20-inch front and 21-inch rear Formula VII design, available with a central locking system for serious track enthusiasts and a range of colors. Upon request, the tuning firm will also reupholster the interior with a selection of hand-stitched Alcantara, premium leather, and carbon trimmings.
On the power output front, Techart has decided to maintain the naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six's output of 502 horsepower and 347 lb-ft of torque. It does have an in-house developed custom engine control unit, but there's no indication as to how much this would increase the GT3's output or whether it is even compatible with the powertrain.