TopCar has just released their rendering on the new 2012 Porsche 911.
As the Frankfurt Auto Show putters along some tuning companies are jumping the gun, so to speak, in terms of putting together aftermarket programs for brand-new vehicles. Tuning company TopCar has added some styling and body work for the new 2012 Porsche 911, known in the business as the 991. The Russian firm has added a wide body-body kit to the German classic.
It features a LED-affixed front spoiler and spoiler lip, new hood, fenders, side sills and a muscular rear bumper integrated with a diffuser. All the new parts are made solely with carbon fiber and Kevlar for an emphasis on weight saving. TopCar's creation sits on a set of double spoke-designed wheels. The Russians are planning on doing some work under the hood and have already agreed to collaborate with German company 9ff to develop a higher capacity engine and fine-tuned suspension.
No pricing or availability information has been released yet, as the new 2012 Porsche 911 is still sitting in a showroom in Germany.