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The Panamera Sport Turismo is already an impressive car but German Tuner Techart and the Porsche specialists within the company plan to debut a special GrandGT kit for the upcoming 2018 Geneva Motor Show that is bound to enhance its appeal. After the upgrade called the GrandGT Supreme, the wagon now features an aggressive body and an opulent cabin.
Like the standard GrandGT kit, the version has a front bumper design similar to it but it comes with a hood that has a huge power bulge. The wagon now has a wider stance, thanks to the wider fenders and lower side sills. There are larger diffusers in the back that gain even larger strakes than the existing body kit. This wagon sits on new Techart Formula IV wheels, with five sets of double spokes, measuring at 22 inches.
To match the meaner look of this Sport Turismo, Techart can offer you a powertrain upgrade as well. The company’s engine upgrade can push the Panamera Turbo to have an output of 630 horsepower (470 kilowatts) and 664 pound feet (900 Newton metres) of torque. That is a lot more compared to the stock output of 550 horsepower (410 kilowatts) and 567 pound feet (769 Newton metres) of torque.Read the entire article Techart Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo boosts power and style with GrandGT Supreme kit
If you own a Porsche 718 Boxster or Cayman, we know someone who can comprehensively modify your car, and that is none other than TechArt. This group specializes in customized body kits, with the carbon fiber package, the custom wheels or the personalized interior.
Now you are probably wondering what makes them stand out from the rest of the aftermarket tuners, because everyone pretty much offers the same options. Well, here is something that may sound new to you. TechArt can install a newly developed axle lift system that can lift your 718 model so it can clear common obstacles including ramps, speed humps and curbs in just a push of a button.
Furthermore, there is also a nose lift package that gives it an extra 60 mm (2.3 inches) ground clearance. This includes two front axle sport springs, two for the rear, two hydraulic cylinders, a hydraulic unit, the installation kit and the assembly instructions.Read the entire article TechArt has a power kit and front axle lift system for your 2017 Porsche 718 Cayman or Boxster
The Porsche Panamera sporty sedan offers a dynamic drive and comfortable ride, with the capability to accommodate up to four occupants. While the Porsche Panamera is a healthy proposition for North American drivers who wanted a performance-laden sedan, it does discourage potential customers looking for a sedan that could to ferry up to five occupants at a time.
Now Porsche is looking forward to win back those customers in the United States. Klaus Zellmer, chief executive of Porsche Cars North America, told Automotive News at the Frankfurt Motor Show that the German sports car maker is making available an optional rear bench. With this option, the Porsche Panamera sedan could accommodate five occupants, instead of the usual four. However, the bench option would be made available next year, so for now, Panamera sedan customers would have to settle for the four-seater.
As designed, the Porsche Panamera sedan carries two occupants on the front (driver and front passenger) and another two on the rear cabin (individually seated rear passengers). The individual seats on the front are separated by a center console, and so are the individual seats on the rear. This basically rules out the existence of a fifth passenger in the Panamera sedan.Read the entire article Porsche confirms Panamera sedan would soon feature rear bench seat for fifth passenger
Everybody’s favourite long roof from Porsche has now been given the hybrid treatment and is now dubbed the 2018 Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo. It had recently been given an additional 136-horsepower electric motor like that of the standard Panamera E-Hybrid Turbo. It’s combined to an already powerful 4.0 liter biturbo V8 with as much as 550 horsepower. Overall, it now produces a combined output of 680 horsepower, making it the most powerful long roof out there. Let us not refer to it as a wagon or an estate since Porsche refuses to call it that. Rather, it’s referred to as the Sport Turismo.
With regards to the efficiency of the 918 hypercar’s hybrid powertrain that has been used here, it is apparently on par with the 3.0 liter version of the Panamera even if it has way more power. What makes it even more impressive is the fact that you can drive this model for as far as 31 miles on a rate of 87 miles per hour without having to use a drop of gasoline. But depending on the type of connection being used, the charging time may vary from 2.4 to 6 hours.
According to the automaker, the hybrid Sport Turismo will be able to hit 60 miles per hour in only 3.4 seconds. To be honest, it doesn’t take as fast for many people to say the full name of the car. What may be a little confusing is the fact that the automaker lists the same acceleration figure for the regular Turbo S Sport Turismo. That’s because a downside of the hybrid powertrain is that it adds considerable weight to the unit.Read the entire article 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo offers top performance for $223,530
The first time Porsche revealed the Panamera Sport Turismo to the public was during the 2017 Geneva Motor Show earlier this year. And now it has already entered production, and is on its way to its first customers all over the globe. The Leipzig facility was produced especially for the second-generation Panamera family, and Porsche had to invest a total of €500 million ($582 million), a part of which was used to build a new quality center.
The new 400-hectare facility is also in charge of the production of the Macan and Cayenne SUVs, apart from the Panameras. There are 4,055 people who are working in the facility and in the last year alone, they produced a total of 158,432 cars. The Leipzig facility opened in August 2002 and already €1.3 billion ($1.5M) have been invested.
Within the facility, 345,345 square meters cover the production area. To date, the Leipzig factory has 948 robots in the body shop, paint shop, and in the assembly facility, where they build 1.7 million parts each day. There is a wood chip burning system that provides 80% CO2-neutral heat to the paint shop. Outside the production area, there is a 3.7-kilometer race track and a 6-kilometer off-road track. In terms of wildlife, 75 aurochs, 1.5 million bees, and wild horses live in the area. Porsche’s factory is also open to visitors, and 40,000 people come to the customer center annually.Read the entire article Production begins for the 2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo
After giving the Porsche 911 Cabriolet a new boost in performance, German automobile tuner TechArt is back once more with a styling kit for the new Porsche Panamera. TechArt’s GrandGT widebodykit as they call it will increase the four door sedan’s overall width by as much as 80mm at the rear and 50mm at the front.
Aside from the new front and rear bumpers, the tuning house has also included special accessories into the package. Among which includes a new sport exhaust system, carbon fiber quad tailpipes, a rear boot spoiler, rear diffuser and new side skirts.
For better variety, clients can further enhance their Panameras with a brand new set of 22-inch Formula IV alloys or with a new carbon fiber bonnet. Like the Nano Grey Porsche Panamera on the recent press release, the wheels can be had in the same color as the body paint while the brake calipers can be coated in special color as well. The twin spoke wheels are then fitted to a new set of tyres measuring 285/30 ZR 22 and 335/25 ZR 22—- for the front and rear respectively.Read the entire article 2017 Porsche Panamera gets a dose of GrandGT widebody kit from TechArt
Undeniably the crowd favourite at the Geneva Motor Show, the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo is getting ready to turn more heads and steal the spotlight at the Big Apple this weekend for its U.S. Premiere as it travels from Stuttgart to New York.
The long-roofed Panamera is definitely one of the most appealing cars today. With a wide opening rear tailgate and a loading floor that is only two feet off the ground. This is definitely an upgrade from the second generation.
The Sport Turismo’s four trim packages are as follows: Panamera 4, with a 3.0 liter turbo V6 engine that produces 330 horsepower that speeds up to 60 miles per hour in 5 seconds. Panamera 4S with a twin-turbo 2.9 liter yielding 440 horsepower and sprints 60 miles per hour in 4 seconds, the 4 E-Hybrid that is equipped with a 4S powertrain and a 136-HP electric motor. And last, the Panamera Turbo Sport that can drive from 0-60 miles per hour in 3.4 seconds with the help of its 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, which can produce 550 horsepower.Read the entire article Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo is on its way to the Big Apple
The German automobile tuner TechArt, which specializes in modifying premium sports cars especially Porsche, is now in its 30th year of service. Since the late 1980s, Techart has been an established name for an unmatched array of modification options at the most premium standards, and is also known for its undying passion in customizing roadsters—exclusively for the Porsche line up.
The tuning company was started in 1987 by Thomas Behringer and Matthias Krauss, with the main headquarters found in Leonberg, Germany. Techart is vastly considered as an independent car manufacturer and the company started out in Fellbach manufacturing premium interiors for different car models. Around that time period, Techart took a fancy to Porsche models, and successfully released its first ever body kit for Porsche 928 around 1987. Modifying something as fascinating as the Porsche 911 is considered a feat if done correctly, and only a few companies are willing to partake of this unforgiving task.
But a year after Porsche 928's modified body kit was released, an aero kit for the then current 964 model 911 was unveiled to the public eye. Techart's operation extended all throughout the 1990s and covered the divisions for sleek design and utmost performance in which the latter was released in 1995 with the C3 program on the 911 Carrera, which is built with a supercharge to produce an output of 462 hP.Read the entire article Techart marks 30th anniversary by releasing gallery of its best Porsche aero kits and aesthetic packages
TechArt’s latest project, the Porsche 911 Turbo itself, is a pretty awesome car to own. And it’s not only because of its powerful engine, and beautiful exterior design. However, some people just can’t get enough of what is already in the market. What do I mean by that? The German automobile tuner came up with an even more extravagant design, sans roof, calling this version the GTstreet R Cabriolet.
Some of the highlights of this car in terms of performance are its powerful engine with the capacity to deliver 720 horsepower (or 530 kilowatts) and 678 pound feet torque, allowing it to accelerate from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in a mind-blowing 3.5 seconds, while proceeding to its maximum speed of 340 kilometers per hour (211 mph) -- that is even faster than a 911 Turbo.
The wonders of this car don’t end there. It has an adjustable rear wing just like the one on a GT2 RS that can tilt up to 15 degrees for an added downforce, allowing the car to travel faster. In fact, this model has the ability to produce 707 pounds (321 kilograms) of downforce at 186 miles per hour (300 mph) - this was proven when it was tested in a wind tunnel. These are made possible by its new aerokit that features an active spoiler lip, carbon front fenders, and carbon side skirts.Read the entire article TechArt builds 720 hp Porsche 911 (991) Turbo as a cabriolet
After Porsche launched the Panamera luxurious sporty sedan in 2009, the German sports car maker received numerous requests to follow it up with a wagon version. When 2012 came, many rejoiced when Porsche unveiled the Panamera Sport Turismo Concept at that year’s Paris Auto Show. Until recently, Porsche had not released any official information about the wagon production version of its sporty sedan.
But today, we get an official preview of the wagon version of the Porsche Panamera. The thing is, Porsche doesn’t want to call it a wagon (even if it does fit the description). The global debut of the 2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo (not a concept anymore) is scheduled to happen in a few days at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
It will be displayed and subsequently be available in five flavors: Panamera 4 Sport Turismo, Panamera 4S Sport Turismo, Panamera 4S Diesel Sport Turismo, Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo and Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo. All of these will be available for the 2018 model year.Read the entire article Porsche introduces Panamera Sport Turismo wagon ahead of 2017 Geneva Motor Show
Techart has long been known for presenting a Porsche Cayenne Turbo S-based Magnum during the Essen Motor Show. Its bold campaign has not wavered for the 2016 show as the company has showcased a 720 HP Magnum Sport model.
That figure is not just part of the name but is the actual output making this version the most powerful among the world’s premium SUVs. In fact, one can say that it serves as the perfect challenger to the Brabus GLE 850, for example.
The package being offered right now includes components that have been improved with carbon fiber. Examples of these are the headlight trims, rear spoiler, roof spoiler, and trims of the side mirror. Looking closely at the trim of the taillight, one can clearly observe that it has undergone the carbon fiber treatment.Read the entire article 2017 Techart Magnum Sport based on Cayenne Turbo S unveiled ahead of 2016 Essen Motor Show
TechArt Automobildesign GmbH officially unveiled in latest offering, the GTstreet R. Based on both the 2017 Porsche 991 Turbo and the Porsche 991 Turbo S, this new model reveals a wide range of changes done compared to the 911 Turbo. However, it does deliver a downforce of 707 lbs. (321 kgs.) when running at 186 mph (300 km/h).
Moving further, customers are given the choice to have for the chassis the Noselift front axle lift system, which allows for extra ground clearance of 60 mm, or the VarioPlus coilover suspension that has PDDC connectivity. In addition, the chassis can be fitted with either the alloy 20-inch wheels or the 21-inch version.
While a sport exhaust system has been newly installed, it is integrated with a continuously variable pneumatic valve control, which can optimize the back pressure to fit the current load conditions.Read the entire article TechArt showcases new GTstreet R based on 2017 Porsche 911 (991) Turbo S
German automobile tuner TechArt has been well-known for over 25 years to specialize in creating exceptional Porsche styling programs. TechArt has been working on different Porsche models ranging from 911s, Boxsters, Carrera GTs, Cayennes, Caymans and even Panameras.
Just recently, the tuning company has been up and about creating another masterpiece. It has been working on the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, creating a new look and better features. For some, it is arguably the most potent among all sports cars that the Germany-based tuning company has ever created.
The Porsche 911 GT3 RS has been dubbed as the “race car for the road.” It comes from the line of Porsche 911 Carrera RS, a racing lineage that is arguably one of the best that the German automaker has ever made. The 911 GT3 RS is powered by a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six engine capable of producing about 500 horsepower at 9,000 rpm. This performance car can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds and can reach a top speed of about 193 mph thanks to its lightning-fast seven-speed PDK transmission.Read the entire article Porsche 911 GT3 RS gets carbon fiber makeover from TechArt
German automotive tuner TECHART offers an extensive range of individualization options and packages for the new Porsche 911 model, such as the new TECHART Aerokits for both the 911 Carrera and 911 turbo models.
In addition, TECHART offers customization options such as lightweight wheels, interior options and those improving performance and driving dynamics.TECHART offers wide range of customization options for new Porsche 911
TECHART Magnum Generations have maintained an established identity of offering premium refinement, state-of-the-art performance, superior design, and powerful delivery for more than a decade now. The new TECHART Magnum Sport’s global debut is slated from March 3 to 13 at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
Representing a sport-focused version of TECHART Magnum, the special edition model features better aerodynamics and new carbon fiber parts. It is packed with a stunning, dynamically-shaped, three-part front splitter and additional winglets inside the front air intakes.
The new carbon front wheel arch air outlets and the two additional carbon fiber rear air outlets underscore the sportiness of the TECHART Magnum Sport. Visibly distinguishing the vehicle from any Porsche Cayenne is its powerful rear diffuser.Read the entire article TECHART Magnum Sport package for 2016 Porsche Cayenne
The Porsche Cayenne is already a beauty by itself. But to find a more refined, more powerful and more breathtaking Porsche Cayenne, it would be better to approach TECHART Automobildesign GmbH.
TECHART is unveiling the latest refinement offering for the fourth generation Cayenne – the Measure of Things in terms of Premium Refinement for the 4th Cayenne Generation.
This transforms a Porsche Cayenne into the vaunted TECHART Magnum. TECHART Magnum was first launched in 2004, and it then became a renowned brand name.Read the entire article TECHART unveils fourth generation of Magnum refinement for Porsche Cayenne models
Techart already previewed its tuning programme for the new Porsche Macan, but today the company released all the information we needed. As a result, we found out that the Techart Aerodynamic Kit for the Porsche Macan includes a new front spoiler, side sills, roof spoiler, a rear spoiler trims well as a new rear air diffuser made of high-quality PU-RIM.
In addition, Techart offers the Sports Package Carbon, which includes a duct trim for the Macan Turbo’s vehicle front, side mirror trims and a roof spoiler made of carbon fiber. Furthermore, the Techart Individual Paint lets you paint standard elements such as the fog light trims, air intake uprights, front wings or side blades in the desired colour.
When it comes to engine improvements, Techart offers the Power Kit TA B95/T1 for the Macan Turbo, which boosts the engine output by 50 hp (37 kW) and 70 Nm of torque. As a result, the 3.6-liter twin-turbo V6 engine now delivers approximately 450 hp (331 kW) at 6,200 rpm and 620 Nm of torque at 2,700 rpm.Read the entire article 2014 Porsche Macan Turbo gets 450 hp from Techart, new styling parts
The Porsche 911 (991) Turbo is already an extreme supercar but still, tuning companies find ways to improve it. The latest company to offer a performance upgrade for the 911 Turbo is Techart, the well-known tuner specialized in Porsche vehicles. Their Techart Power Kit TA 091/T1, based on the Techart engine management system Techtronic, can be activated in the Sport or Sport Plus mode.
So, by pushing a button you get an extra 60 hp and 130 Nm, which means that the total output delivered by the 3.8-liter six-cylinder biturbo engine is 580 hp and 790 Nm of torque (840 Nm of torque with Overboost function).
The standard vehicle is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds, to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 10.8 seconds, while top speed is limited at 318 km/h or 197.5 mph.Read the entire article 2014 Porsche 911 (991) Turbo and Turbo S models receive performance upgrades from Techart
Techart, the well-known tuning company specialized in tuning Porsche vehicles, previewed today its individualization program for the brand new Macan. Already available are the new Techart light-alloy wheels and several interior refinement possibilities.
Techart currently offers four-wheel designs available in 20- and 21-inch wheels offered in standard colour variations, but for those who want more the wheels can be customized individually in order to suit the vehicle in question.
According to Techart the following wheel models are available: Formula light allow wheel (21-inch) available in silver, gloss black or custom colour; Formula II light-alloy wheel (22-inch) available in silver, gloss black as well as custom colour; Formula III forged wheel (22-inch) available in silver, bi-colour, burnished or custom colour; Formula IV light-alloy wheel (22-inch) available in bi-colour, gloss black or custom colour from October 2014.Read the entire article Techart previews individualization program for Porsche Macan
If you don’t like the standard 2014 Porsche 911 (991) Turbo, Techart has a new customization programme for the German sports car. The new Techart Aerodynamic Kit found on the new car is made from a lightweight fibre composite of carbon and polyurethane RIM. As you can see from the photos, the body kit consists of a new a Techart Front Spoiler I that incorporates active aerodynamics at the basic vehicle’s front apron.
How does this work? At the press of a button at speeds of under 120 km/h (74 mph), or automatically over the same speed. Moreover, the spoiler retracts automatically when speed is reduced to 80 km/h (49 mph). Furthermore, the bodykit includes a stationary Techart Rear Spoiler II that allows a perfect airflow.
The new Techart Aero Wings are integrated in the front air inlets and create a dynamic shaft outline and form the prominent Techart family face in collaboration with the Techart Air Vent. Techart Headlamp Trims and Techart Perfomance Décor set visual highlights. The new Techart Side Skirts give the car a more compact appearance. The roof spoiler completes the design of the 911 Turbo.Read the entire article 2014 Porsche 911 (991) Turbo by Techart
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