Porsche Taycan Gets Sleek New Carbon-Fiber Kit

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TechArt has expanded its personalization program for the Porsche Taycan.

TechArt has a reputation for being one of the most prolific Porsche tuners in the world. A couple of months ago, the German firm gave the Porsche 911 Turbo an 800-hp upgrade, so we've been eager to see how it plans to enhance the electric Taycan. TechArt has been working on new upgrades for the Techart for over a year now, starting with new forged wheels and a custom interior.

Now, the German automaker is expanding its personalization options with a new carbon fiber styling package for the Taycan that makes Porsche's electric super sedan look even more striking while improving the car's aerodynamics.

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At the front, TechArt has fitted a new front spoiler and splitter, complemented with new air intakes - all made of carbon fiber. New carbon side skirts with fins give the Porsche Taycan a sportier look and the side mirrors are trimmed in carbon. At the back, the custom Taycan features a multi-part carbon fiber diffuser with fins and a subtle rear spoiler. Techart badging is also applied to the rear and the doors.

TechArt's carbon fiber parts are available in a custom color, in either a gloss or matt finish. Prospective owners will also soon be able to visualize the custom Taycan using TechArt's state-of-the-art online 3D configurator.

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Overall, TechArt's Taycan body kit looks surprisingly restrained and complements the electric sedan's sleek styling. No modifications have been made to the powertrain, but it's surely only a matter of time before TechArt extracts more power from the Taycan.

In its most powerful Turbo S guise, the Porsche Taycan is powered by a dual-motor setup generating a combined 750 hp with 774 lb-ft of torque with overboost. This enables the electric sedan to sprint from 0-60 mph in 2.6 seconds, 0-124 mph in 9.6 seconds, and top out at 161 mph.

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