Porsche Taycan Gets First Official Carbon Fiber Body Kit

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And it looks sensational.

Porsche is on the way to a strong recovery in the US thanks to impressive sales of cars such as the Macan and the all-electric Taycan. The Taycan is Porsche's first all-electric offering and has been praised for its blistering performance and handsome styling with some even calling it the best looking car in Porsche's lineup. For those who aren't convinced, Zyrus Engineering based in Norway has come up with a tasteful carbon-fiber design package that sharpens up the looks of the Taycan without going overboard. This kit can be described as an OEM plus package and will appeal to the more discerning Taycan owner.

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With Zyrus' extensive knowledge of carbon fiber, the company has meticulously produced a full range of parts in-house after nearly three months of prototyping. As far as Zyrus is concerned, this is the first package of its kind to be made available for the Taycan. The full carbon kit consists of 14 individual parts that make use of the OEM mounting points which in turn creates a professional finished product. The kit includes a rear diffuser, side intake trims, a rear boot fin spoiler, front air dam trimmings, and a front lip spoiler/bumper combo. The full kit starts off at €12,900 ($15,329) and is offered in matte or gloss carbon fiber. The rear wing is sold separately at €1,700 ($2,020).

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The Taycan itself is one serious all-electric machine and offers anywhere from 429 horsepower and 472 lb-ft of torque in the entry-level 4S, all the way up to a crazy 750 hp and 774 lb-ft of torque in the Turbo S. The Turbo S will crush the zero to sixty sprint in only 2.6 seconds and top out at 161 mph. The 2020 Porsche Taycan starts at $103,800 and is primed for some aftermarket love.

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