TechArt Breathes On The Type 991 Carrera 4S Cabriolet

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It takes a lot of work to achieve a look this subtle.

TechArt has long been one of the top names in the world of Porsche tuning, and in such a wide-open field, that’s not an easy thing to accomplish. Its latest work is based on the latest generation of the Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet. It doesn’t offer much more power, but the car offers up quite a bit of power from the factory, and for those who are simply looking to set their C4S apart from the pack a bit, without it looking too outrageous, look no further.

The modifications to the body are actually fairly intensive, and include changes to nearly all of the aerodynamic equipment, as well as some cosmetic equipment like the headlight and side mirror trims. The look is actually pretty similar to the one given by TechArt recently to a coupe version of the car. Wheel options include TechArt’s Formula wheels in 20 or 21 inch form. Or, for the more serious performance driver, the Formula III lightweight forged alloy wheels. There is also a new exhaust system, controlled by a valve actuated by the sport button in the cabin.

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