Porsche 911 Turbo S Covered In Chocolate Carbon Looks Good Enough To Eat

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It's not a color scheme any of us expected to see on a 911.

Let's be honest. We all love chocolate and we all love the Porsche 911 Turbo S which is why TopCar's latest 992 Stinger GTR Carbon Edition just makes perfect sense. This particular build is number seven of the 13 examples that belong to the range and features 84 additional details to give it this distinctive look.

Before the chocolate paint is applied, TopCar attaches the catalog of parts that makes use of four layers of carbon fiber, specifically an external layer, an internal layer, and two additional structural layers. At the front, the 911 Turbo S donor car is treated to a new front bumper with a central air intake and lip. This is accentuated by side inserts, a new hood, and a comprehensive front fender redesign inspired by the GT3 RS.

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At the rear, the TopCar 992 Stinger GTR Carbon Edition boasts side air outlets for the revised rear bumper as well as rear fenders with new air intakes, an engine cover, and a Podium rear spoiler. All-in, the package will set you back €100,000 ($113,000) but if you want a bit more character and exclusivity, there are some optional extras.

For €6,500 ($7,336) you can opt for an Akrapovic titanium exhaust system with black tips or a Kline Inconel exhaust with a Valvetronic silencer. At €8,000 ($9,000), you can add a set of 20-inch front and 21-inch rear RS Edition forged alloy wheels, and if this isn't distinctive enough for you, TopCar can even let you tint the carbon in various shades, as seen with this chocolate finish. This option, which the tuner compares to what the likes of Pagani can offer, will set you back €25,000 ($28,215).

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Advanced interior exclusive options as seen below are available to exclusive clients for €35,000 ($39,500). Spend the cash and you can select a new carbon fiber sports steering wheel with leather sides and unique color detailing as well as premium leather upholstery for the sports seats, armrest, and door cards. The dashboard and other surfaces can also be fitted with carbon fiber and upmarket fabrics.

With all of this extra show, does the TopCar 992 Stinger GTR Carbon Edition get any extra go? Unfortunately not, but given that the standard Turbo S, with its twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six, pushes a hefty 640 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque, surely it's a powertrain that's more than sufficient without needing any extra performance.

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