Leonberg-based tuning specialist TechArt has announced details of its Porsche 991 Turbo program ahead of The Essen Motor Show (November 30 to December 8).
Constructed from a lightweight fibre composite of carbon and polyurethane RIM, the body package comprises a lower front spoiler, rear wing, roof-mounted spoiler, diffuser and side skirts. Other components include headlight trims and sport tailpipes. As well as its usual wide choice of alloy wheels, including the Formula and Formula III forged designs in 20 and 21-inch diameters, TechArt will be debuting the new Formula IV five-double-spoke wheel. All can be specified in bicolour, custom colours or in a ceramic burnished glossy coating.
Moving inside, the company can provide anything from a simple carbon fibre inlay package or three-spoke multi-functional steering wheel to a completely reupholstered cabin in such materials as leather and Alcantara with decorative stitching. Extra pieces include aluminium sill plates and pedals, dial faces and trim rings.
The company’s Noselift System allows 60 mm more ground clearance at the touch of a button, while the only engine modification currently available is a valve-controlled exhaust system which culminates in a sports muffler, but there will be power upgrades available at the beginning of the year.