But not in a good way.
The Porsche 911 Turbo S is one of the company's most usable fast cars, and even against supercar competition like the Audi R8 and Nissan GT-R Nismo it can comfortably hold its own. It has thus become one of the world's best and is surrounded by a rich history. However, not everybody who can afford to buy one does. Some throw common sense and taste out the window. For those sorts of people, Russian tuner TopCar has revealed the latest incarnation of its Carbon Edition Stinger GTR kit, something that transforms the 911 Turbo into a vulgar attention-grabber. But hey, at least it's still fast.
TopCar has done something similar in the past, but with a lot more restraint. This time though, things have been stepped up a notch for the tuner's "most exclusive and complicated" project to date. The packaged consists of 84 new carbon fiber pieces, with these applied liberally to the entire body.
The front bumper, the fenders, the hood, the doors - it's all made from carbon fiber. In case you didn't realize that this was a modified car, the PORSCHE script at the rear has been changed for one that reads 'Stinger' under the light bar. As if the almost haphazard yellow accents weren't enough of a clue.
TopCar has yet to do a full reveal, so we have no images of the interior or information on the powertrain, but we expect loads more carbon inside if the 991.2 Stinger GTR Carbon Edition is anything go by. That model also got a boost in power to 750 horses, so don't be surprised if the latest version offers over 800.
As for price, we have no clue, but with so much carbon, an almost definite jump in power, and a limited run of just 13 examples, we highly doubt it will be cheap. We just hope TopCar uses the money to see an optometrist at some point so the next version isn't this hideous.