Renown German tuner Techart will be coming to the Geneva Motor Show with a solution that’s as bang up to date as possible.
They’ll showcase a modified version of the latest offering in the Porsche 911 family, the 991 generation that was launched in the fall of last year.
For all its supercar performance, the Porsche 911 can be a discrete car. That all goes out the window when Techart gets hold of it.
As we can see with this example they’re currently previewing, the TechArt Porsche 911 Carrera is by no measure a shrinking violet.
It’s painted bright yellow, has almost no ground clearance and is fitted with enormous wheels that look as if there’s no tire thread around them.
By choice, the wheels can be sized at either 20 or 21 inch and they manage to make the brake disks look as if they’re off a hatchback.
There’s also an enormous rear spoiler, the likes of which you’d usually see on the Porsche 911 GT2. A new exhaust was fitted as well.
At this point, we don’t know yet if the Techart Porsche 911 will be using them for display or if there’s some performance to go along.
Since Techart isn’t a tuning company that’s known for making cars just for show, we’re guessing it’s the second choice we’re talking about.
The interior of the 991 Porsche 911 Carrera offers more of the same as the Germans have made it pretty ostentatious. Black leather, Alcantara, carbon fiber, yellow stitching and accents all reside inside.