With a massive power boost and aggressive body kit.
Porsche's recent teasers suggest the reveal of the all-new Porsche 911 GT3 is just around the corner. Compared to the regular 911 Carrera and 911 Turbo, the new GT3 will be more track-focused, with more aggressive aerodynamic components and improved performance. If, however, you can't wait to unleash the new GT3 onto the track, prolific Porsche tuner TechArt is offering a range of enhancements for the new 911 Turbo S that boost the performance and spice up the styling.
If the standard 911 Turbo looks too tame for you, TechArt's new aerodynamic body kit adds a new front apron comprising of 14 pieces replacing the original factory parts that can be finished with multiple colors and visible matt or glossy carbon fiber elements.
Other sporty exterior enhancements include new side skirts, carbon fiber air intakes and side mirrors, a roof spoiler, and air blades for the 911 Turbo's air intakes. At the rear, TechArt has added a rear diffuser incorporating five prominent fins and a new rear spoiler, enhancing the car's appearance.
TechArt's new body kit doesn't compromise the car's active aerodynamics either, as the variable front spoiler and adjustable rear wing have been retained. A set of new forged 20-inch aluminum wheels at the front and 21-inches at the back complete the new look. These components can be individually customized using TechArt's online configurator.
As well as the new bodykit, TechArt is also offering a power kit that adds an extra 60 hp and 73 lb-ft of torque, bringing the total output to 710 horsepower and 663 lb-ft of torque. To put this into perspective, TechArt's 911 Turbo S packs as much power as a McLaren 720S.
In Wet mode, the power kit reduces the power gain if the system detects wet driving conditions. TechArt hasn't said how these enhancements affect the car's performance, but it should be quicker off the line than the standard 911 Turbo S, which will accelerate from 0-62 mph in 2.6 seconds with the Chrono Package installed and top out at 205 mph. Not only does TechArt's 911 Turbo have more power, but it also sounds more aggressive thanks to a new sports exhaust system with adjustable valves.