Porsche 911 Turbo by Techart Coming to Essen

Tuning

Latest Techart creation to debut November 30 at the German car show.

With the Essen Motor Show just around the corner, Porsche tuning specialist TechArt has announced its latest bit of kit for the 911 Turbo. Exterior treatments include new body parts made from carbon and polyurethane RIM lightweight composites. These include redesigned front and rear spoilers, a rear diffuser and roof-mounted spoiler. Aero-optimized side skirts, stainless-steel dual oval tailpipes with valve control and sound muffler kit, and new two-tone 20/21 inch alloys complete the list of goodies.

A power boost is currently in the making, improving upon the Porsche 911 Turbo’s 3.8-liter turbocharged six-cylinder’s output of 520 hp, while premium interior features include illuminated aluminum door entry guards and a multi-functional steering wheel with paddle shifters.

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