Techart upgrades the 2013 Porsche 911 (991) Carrera 4S

Article by Christian A., on March 20, 2013

The new TECHART Exhaust System Racing with valve control and double centre tailpipes as well as the TECHART Noselift front axle lift system will be launched together with the introduction of the personalization program for Porsche 911 Carrera 4 models. TECHART Automobildesign displayed its version of the 400hp Porsche 911 Carrera 4S in the iconic Emerald Green color at the 83rd Geneva International Motor Show to pay tribute to the Porsche models of the 1970s TECHART.

Instead of Porsche’s standard exhaust system, the new TECHART Exhaust System Racing is equipped with valve control and double centre tailpipes. As a result, the car gets a look that’s sportier and more aggressive, reminiscent of RSR models.

The acoustic performance of the Porsche 911 Carrera 4S is controlled by the sport button at centre console, offering a sound that’s throatier and more sonorous. In addition, its exhaust system is drivable in closed condition. As the only manufacturer, TECHART said that all Porsche 911 Carrera S models can get valve-controlled exhaust system with double centre tailpipes.

Buyers can also get the TECHART sport end mufflers Racing and sport exhaust system with valve control along with double flow TECHART Sport Tailpipes. These two systems can be distinguished by black chromed or polished TECHART Sport Tailpipes in its usual double-oval design. Furthermore, TECHART Sport Tailpipes are offered for the standard exhaust system of Porsche 911 Carrera S and 4S, as well as for the Porsche sport exhaust system of all existing 911 Carrera models.

Simply by clicking on a button at centre console, the TECHART Noselift System allows for additional ground clearance of 60mm at front spoiler by raising the car’s level. This system can be turned on when stationary as well as when the car is being driven. When moving faster than 60 km/h, the vehicle instantly lowers again.

Because of the compact construction of the hydraulic unit, its boot capacity stays the same. With a 140 km/h speed, the two-piece TECHART Front Spoiler I with integrated splitter lessens the lift on front axle of the Porsche 911 Carrera models by 5 kg. At the same speed, the TECHART Rear Spoiler II (from a total of three versions), together with the TECHART Diffuser, gets an extra 17.5 kg down force at its rear. This figure goes up to 76kg up to top speed.

The 911 Carrera models get a dynamic shaft outline from two Aero Wings, incorporated into the front air inlet vents. The visual highlights include TECHART Side Skirts as well as trims for headlights and side mirrors. TECHART is offering Porsche 911 models with the TECHART Formula 5-spoke light alloy wheel in 20- and 21-inch sizes. It also comes with the TECHART Formula III 5-twin spoke forged light alloy wheel. There is an increase in driving dynamics due to a weight advantage of up to 15% compared to a cast wheel and hence, there’s a decline in unsprung mass.

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