Techart GTstreet now available for the 2009 Porsche 911 (997) Turbo

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

The German tuner unveiled today the direct descendant of the Techart GTstreet RS, presented in spring, the fresh Techart GTstreet R which is based on the Porsche 911 Turbo design. At Techart, Isaac Newton's "Quod erat demonstrandum" (this completes the proof) stands for the challenge of refurbishing "Non plus ultra" ex works vehicles with outstanding performance capabilities.

The outcome: the Techart GTstreet RS patterned after the Porsche 911 GT2. This noble idea is now being put into actual use in the Porsche 911 Turbo in the model of the Techart GTstreet R. The newest addition to the Techart GTstreet series, which has stood for unwavering sportiness since 2001, is therefore one of the world's highest performing sports vehicles.

The GTstreet R is equipped with the Techart performance kit TA097/T3 with an engine performance of 485 kW (660 hp) and a maximum torque of 860 Nm at 4,600 rpm. The GTstreet R with Tiptronic S has an acceleration rate of 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds and with manual transmission it only takes a tenth of a second more. The outstanding propulsion hits the ceiling at a top speed of 345 km/h.

A sufficient increase in performance is ensured by the new turbochargers, large carbon fiber inlet pipes, special intercoolers, sports exhaust system combined with high-performance manifolds and an improved sports air filter.

A balanced downforce on the front and back axles and specially modified Techart VarioPlus coil over suspension assures excellent driving performance at high speeds and guarantees extra driving steadiness and safety.

The design structure of the car body offers sporting suppleness and the exterior is designed to perfection. The aero-bonnet, headlight trims and mirror trims, attractive sill panels and carbon fiber roof spoiler distinguish the dynamic design of this sports vehicle.

Precision air pipes on the front spoiler and rear wing enhance the engine ventilation. The remarkable rear apron with its carbon fiber diffuser and air ducts to the intercooler are additional exceptional highlights of the wide-ranging Techart GTstreet R aerodynamic program. Techart interiors represent incomparable quality and care internationally and are handcrafted at the Techart saddlers section.

This is also true with the assorted range of interiors available for the Techart GTstreet R. A high level of design freedom is offered including custom-tailored leather fittings, intensely attractive decorative stitching and sporty highlights in customized color combos.

Additional trimmings, such as the non-slip Techart 3-spoke sports wheel, aluminum pedals and much more complete this comprehensive range of interiors. The kit is completed by the 20 inch Techart Formula III forged light metal wheels,hugged by the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup Plus tires.

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