2011 Frankfurt Motor Show: Techart GTStreet based on Porsche 911 GT2 RS

Published by Andrew Christian @andrew4wheels Google+ | Wednesday September 14, 2011

2011 Frankfurt Motor Show: Techart GTStreet based on Porsche 911 GT2 RS

Techart’s version of the Porsche 911 GT2 RS delivers 710-hp and 664 lb-ft of torque, easily making it the most powerful car that it has ever built. The latest GTStreet offers an excellent performance and comes in an aggressive styling package that uses a lot of carbonfiber. A boost in power is the result of the use of Techart’s TA 907/T2.2 power kit, enabling the GT2 RS to run from a standstill to 62 mph in only 3.3 seconds and to reach a top speed that approaches 219mph.

On its exterior, we can see that the front bumper has a carbon fiber splitter and has an adjustable splitter built from polyurethane-RIM for extra downforce. The entire rear spoiler is built of carbon fiber while its rear apron has a carbon fiber diffuser.

In addition, Techart has its Noselift System available for the GT2 RS, enabling owners to make adjustments to the height of their Porsche by approximately 0.4-inches with just the push of a button.

Consumers may choose from a wide range of Techart wheels but what’s recommended are 20×8.5-inch wheels in the front and 20×12-inch wheels in the rear. Techart has not yet released the pricing for its GTStreet program for the 2012 911 GT2 RS.