German tuner SpeedArt decided to tune up the 991 edition of the Porsche 911 ever since the car maker announced its unveiling and now they’re ready to show us a followup.
They’ve progressed pretty well along the fine lines of the newest version of the rear engined sports coupe and the pictures they’ve released prove it.
The Porsche 911 Carrera S is used as a base for the SP91-R conversion and the changes made by SpeedArt are about the looks as well as the performance.
Design wise, the new body kit has a Goldielocks feel about it. It’s different enough to be easily set apart from the standard version and yet it’s not so modified it looks stupid.
Alongside the new front apron, side skirts, rear diffusor and new rear wing is teamed with fresh wheels and a lowered suspension. We’re talking about 21 inch forged alloys and an airlift kit.
The latter is pretty important because while the low profile tires may look great but the comfort situation is still very important. Also, you might want to get over speed bumps.
The interior isn’t that much of a success story. There’s a two-tone colour theme with black and lime green being the dominating forces there.
At least you do get a custom exhaust package and an ECU remap so that an extra 25 horsepower and 15 lb-ft of torque are available.
That way, you can let people see your brand new custom Porsche 911 running smooth but when they get close enough to see the interior you can get away quickly.