The German-based tuning firm Manhart is well-known for its impressive aftermarket programs carried out on all sorts of BMW models. That makes it a BMW dedicated shop; however, from time to time, it also deals with customizations for other German companies like Mercedes-Benz or Porsche.
Speaking of Porsche, the 911 (991.2) Turbo is the subject of our article, the model in question receiving some new power juice that makes almost faster as the bigger and much more potent 911 GT2 RS.
The modifications start from the outside and continue underneath the sports car`s skin. As we can depict from the media gallery below, the car shines in a black paint with gold touches.
It has also received some new visuals that make it standout from the crowd – new spoiler and new lowering springs which lower the car by 30 mm. There is also the new Techart Formula IV alloy wheels, extremely wide (21 inches), with five-double-spoke configuration and finished in black. All these body parts make sure that the now much more powerful 911 Turbo stays to the ground at high-speed.
With several modifications under the hood as well, the tuner`s new project becomes even more powerful. These include an ECU remapping and a custom-built stainless steel exhaust system, which significantly raise its power.
If in the stock form the new Porsche 911 (991.2) Turbo is powered by a 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine comes with no less than 532 horsepower and 710 Nm of torque, with the new power kit, this lad here is capable of more right now – 670 horsepower and 870 Nm of torque – 20 horsepower less than the new 911 GT2 RS. However, it does come with 120 Nm of torque more, which is mind-blowing.
As for acceleration, in stock shape, the 911 Turbo sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in no less than 3.0 seconds; with the new power kit in place, this drops to 2.9 seconds, making it 0.1 second slower than the new GT2 RS.
You can hear the impressive sound of the tuner`s new ride just right below. Enjoy and don’t forget to tell us what you think about its wild roar!