The German tuner has transformed the 991.2 911 Turbo with a new body kit, interior tweaks and more power
The last thing on our mind when behind the wheel of a 991.2 Porsche 911
Performance gains come as part of the brand’s Powerkit upgrade, giving the model an extra 190bhp over the standard car thanks to new VTG turbochargers – total output is 770bhp and 678lb
The exterior features a multitude of ‘forged carbonfibre’ components for added downforce and increased cooling for the uprated engine, you certainly won’t mistake a GTstreet RS for a standard 911 Turbo. New elements include some headlight surrounds, front canards, reformed air intakes, side skirts, a new rear diffuser, ram air scoop, active rear wing and more. Forged carbonfibre louvers help cool the brakes and reduce lift, the forged carbonfibre bonnet features NACA air inlets for additional brake cooling and the new centre lock wheels feature aero rings for reduced drag.
Modifications don’t stop there, with the interior trimmed in a new, hard-wearing, fireproof material comprised of wool, leather and alcantara. The material gives the interior a more luxurious, high-end feel and is having its sports car debut in the GTstreet RS, according to TechArt. Each model can be fully customised by the owner, with the ability to paint components such as the drive mode switch, air vents and PDK gear selector in any colour they wish. GTstreet RS stitching, color-matched door pulls and a badge to certify the car’s authenticity and exclusiveness can also be seen – the designated number of each model is also printed in gloss black on the bonnet of each car. A 6-point racing harness is also included.
The model will be shown for the first time at this year’s Geneva motor show, with a rather hefty $165,000 price tag on top of the price of the base car.
This article originally appeared at evo.co.uk
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