An aerodynamics body kit and an engine tune are bestowed upon the Porsche 911 by the Russian tuning firm.
Russian aftermarket tuning firm TopCar has just released official images and details of its latest creation, the Porsche 911 Carrera Stinger. The big reveal took place at the Auto Exotica in Moscow. Starting off with a stock 911 Carrera 4, the avid Porsche tuner began by designing an aerodynamic body kit that features a new hood, modified bumpers and sleeker side skirts. There are also extended wheel arches, carbon fiber spoiler, a new set of tailpipes and ADV.1 wheels.
In addition, buyers can order the interior with a number of bespoke finishes like carbon-fiber trim, premium leather and sill plates. Under that new hood is a slightly more powerful flat-six engine thanks to a chip tuning as well as new filters, manifolds and an exhaust system. The "Stinger" package is available for both the Carrera 4 and Carrera 4S models, while TopCar claims it will be soon be offered in more 991 models. Pricing for the body kit starts at €14,280 and the car will have its official worldwide release at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.