Although it was introduced last year, Vorsteiner Race Technologies has released fresh pictures of their series of upgrades, including an aerodynamics body kit, interior bits, and a new set of wheels for the Porsche 997 Carrera. In creating this stylish appearance package, the company has taken advantage of various carbon fiber pieces. These include a new front face with larger intakes without fog lamps that come with the GT2.
They ditched the fog lamps in order to allow proper placement for a removable carbon fiber front spoiler that significantly reduces downforce. The rear end features a new bumper that gives the car an even wider stance. It also has a twin-finned carbon fiber rear diffuser for the quad exhaust, and larger side vents to improve airflow. Perhaps the most obvious addition is the huge carbon fiber rear wing that also improves downforce. A carbon composite engine lid with even more air scoops feeds extra oxygen to the engine.
The wheels are 20-inchers on Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 tires that are forged from three pieces with a twin, seven-spoked and center mesh design. The interior features a VRT Sport Steering wheel, custom Alcantara pieces such seat inserts, door trim accents, and hand brake. There are also sport aluminum pedals with heel toe extensions, and numerous other carbon fiber trim bits.