Limited Edition 790-HP TechArt Porsche 911 Turbo S – Only 30 Available

Tokyo Auto Salon showcases TechArt’s newest innovation.

Porsche modification expert TechArt will be present at the 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon showcasing their newest version of the 911 Turbo S, which is predictably robust in terms of performance. However, let’s begin by discussing the refreshed design elements.

The TechArt GTsport package features a front bumper with side fins, side panels, air intakes on the sides, a rear diffuser, air vents on the back bumper, a rear wing, and a front bonnet. These components can all be customized with exposed carbon fiber, as showcased in this image. Additionally, the kit comes with GTsport emblems and lettering, a fully upgraded interior, and a selection of two wheel sets.

The Formula VI Race wheels offer the add-on feature of carbon aero discs, whereas we consider the Formula VII Race wheels shown below to be the superior choice.

Additional options available include enhancements for the side mirrors, an adaptable suspension set, a sporty exhaust system from TechArt, as well as carbon tailpipes to complete the look. If you’re already improving the noise and height of the vehicle, why not also boost its speed? Luckily, TechArt has two choices for this as well. The TA092/T1.1 Power Kit is capable of increasing horsepower to 700 and torque to 664 lb-ft, but it mostly consists of just tweaking the ECU.

Choose the Power Kit TA092/T2.1 for an unparalleled upgrade to your tuner. This modification boasts the most impressive advancements yet, including replacement turbos, enhanced engine and transmission tunes, and a high-speed restriction lift. The end result? An astonishing 789 horsepower, 701 pound-feet of torque, and a maximum velocity of 217 mph – an impressive increase of 149 horsepower, 111 pound-feet of torque, and 12 mph compared to the stock model.

TechArt has yet to disclose the exact details of the cabin enhancements, however, the amount you are willing to spend will determine the extent of the modifications. The instance shown in these photos showcases a vibrant touch by incorporating red piping as a contrast on the upholstery, which boasts a beautiful combination of perforated and embossed leather, contrast stitching, and Alcantara. This embellishment extends throughout the dashboard and steering wheel, onto the door panels, and onto the seats. Even the center console and armrest have been outfitted with bespoke upholstery. It is undeniably stunning, although for those seeking something truly extraordinary, a visit to Carlex may be necessary.

The cost for this limited-edition TechArt kit, which is designed for a high-end sports car, has not been disclosed yet. Therefore, it’s safe to say that it won’t be easy on the wallet.

If you are unable to visit Tokyo but still desire to witness TechArt’s latest creations, take a look at their new Recaro seats on display at CES in Las Vegas.

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