Olive Green Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabrio by Edo Competition simply can't be ignored

Article by Christian A., on March 24, 2017

Green lovers of all ages, rejoice! Edo competition modified a Porsche 911 Turbo S and made it look astounding! Third party tuner companies thrive on clients wanting to further modify their automobile. So whether it’s the car's paint, hood, exhaust, wheels, these tuners got it all covered, with a fee of course. These customers flock to the big players like Kahn Design, Startech, Onyx Concept and Arden to further aesthetically modify their rides to their hearts content, even if it means dishing out some cold, hard cash.

Things got more interesting when Edo Competition, Stuttgard's finest, took on the Porsche 911 Turbo S and made it into a Green Mean Machine - turning everyone green with envy everywhere it went. There were not a lot of tuning companies who knew the Porsche releases inside and out quite like Edo Competition. The namesake founder of this company, Edo Karabegovic, worked at a Ferrari shop for three good years and afterwards toiled on race cars for around 8 years. To him, the experiences working around race cars piqued his interest more and more, and one day decided to start up his own tuning company.

Customizing the Porsche 911 Turbo S is quite a feat, and making it stand out is just legendary. Edo Competition gave the sports car an all exclusive look-- splashed it with green and gave it the moniker "PTS Oliv- Green 274". The modifying company exclaimed that this one-of-a-kind color is the "first in the world". The super car is also fitted with Black alloy wheels and bright yellow calipers to further enhance the car's body color, and it sure is working to their liking.

If one wishes to push it a bit more, Edo Company is more than willing to change the stock exhaust and replace it with a sports exhaust system to make the car stand out more. The newly fitted sports exhaust will not only enhance the sound, but also offers a significant weight cut compared to the stock exhaust. It will also further benefit the Porsche 911 as it will generate 20-25 HP more than its previous power. Now that's what you call getting the best bang for your buck, although the German tuner company hasn't yet disclosed how fast this beast can go and how much time it will take from 0-100 kmph.

The PTS Oliv-Green 274 is not the first super car to be treated as royalty by Edo Competition. Many notable super cars have been modified by the German tuner company, including the Lamborghini Aventador LP-700, the Old-Timer Koenigsegg CCR, Porsche 911 GT3, Porsche 991 Turbo S, Porsche Carrera GT, Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari 575 GTS and many others. With the most awesome objective in mind, Edo Competition really has the penchant to make the good-looking super cars more dapper.

Nevertheless, this kind of workmanship really brings out the best out of these power cars especially the Porsche 911. And Edo Company, kudos to you; continue to work your magic.

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