Packing a wholesome amount of 450 hp (335kW), a brand new Porsche 911 GTS has enough push to drive from zero to 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 3.7 seconds before topping off at 193 miles per hour (310 kilometers per hour). That’s almost the same amount of power as with other competing brands.
Like all GTS models, the latest 911 model is a step ahead of the entry level model but it doesn’t go too far when compared with the GT3 or Turbo variants. SpeedArt Automobiledesign on one hand came up with a tuned version of a Porsche 911 Carrera S that is unbelievably faster than a 911 GTS. Come to think of it, we’ve got something here that stands right at the middle of a GTS and the more powerful Turbo or GT3 models.
Behind this comes an added power of 30hp (22kW) plus 37lb-ft (50Nm) of torque under the hood. With now a total of 480hp (358kW) and with a torque output of up to 442 lb-ft (600Nm), the German tuner’s version can accelerate to 60mph (96km/h) in as short as 3.4 seconds--- beating the record on any Porsche GTS or any normal 911 Carrera S for that matter. But of course, you can always thank the additional 30hp for that same reason.
If any, this new breed in performance is backed up with SpeedArt’s triple tailpipes sport exhausts with active sound system. Similar to Bugatti’s signature styling, SpeedArt’s Porsche 911 Carrera S has been wrapped with a special twin-blue design. To complete the look, the supercar also features a new rear wing, a new set of 21-inch LSC forged alloys and new sport suspensions with adjustable height.
Think that’s all? All the goodies don’t end right here by the way. The tuner has also put in an equal amount of "attention to details" when it comes to this Carrera’s interior. While some parts of the cabin were left unchanged, SpeedArt however applied the same interesting styling technique inside as it did to the outside. This 911 has that familiar “modern-retro” theme for those who have seen the works of Singer Vehicle Design. Inside, there are red and blue checker seats with dash and door panel stitching that are perfectly right.
We’ve no idea what price you have to pay for this upgrade but a brand new Porsche 911 Carrera S would cost more than $103,000 while the GTS can be yours for $119,000. Either way, if this package brings more power to the normal Porsche Carrera S and is also faster than a 911 GTS, then it’s likely that the price would also be way up there.