TechArt previews Porsche 991 program

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Leonberg-based Porsche tuning specialist, TechArt, has released details and images of its 991 program before it makes its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show, next March.

Available for the Carrera and Carrera S model, TechArt’s initial offerings include its classic five-spoke Formula alloys in 20- and 21-inch diameter, or the Formula III forged light alloy wheels in a five twin-spoke design, which weigh 15 percent less than the factory items. This reduces the rotating and unsprung mass which instantly improves the 911’s driving dynamics.

The new tailpipes are constructed from polished stainless steel and can be specified with dual oval or round tube-shaped tips.

Moving inside, TechArt can provide anything from a 3-spoke sport steering wheel – complete with flappy paddles, to carbon fibre trim elements, to a completely reupholstered cabin in leather and Alcantara.

The company will also reveal Aerodynamic Kit I for the new Porsche 911 in Geneva.

[Source: TechArt]

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