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Porsche 991 Turbo S Convertible Gets Tag Motorsports Treatment

Lowslung beauty is a sweet Californian ride.

We couldn’t think of all that many ways to improve the Porsche 991 Turbo S convertible, which in its stock form is probably one of the finest production drop-tops available in US dealerships. But this take on the car, created by Californian tuning firm Tag Motorsports, has certainly given us something to think about. Following a GIAC software upgrade, the Porsche gets a new set of GMG lowering springs that bring it down to scorching ground.

Then, the car receives a GMG exhaust system with incorporated RSR tips, a Techart Type II rear spoiler and 21-inch HRE P101 wheels, finished in Satin Black with yellow brake calipers and yellow HRE lettering. Looks like the best just got a little bit better.

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