TopCar does the Porsche 911 (991) Carrera Stinger

Article by Christian A., on July 3, 2013

TopCar, the well-known Russian tuning company, released the first photos with the Porsche 991 Carrera Stinger, its customized 911. Looking at the photos we must admit that this is one of the best-looking tuning kits developed for the new Porsche 911 (991).

Priced from 14 280 euros, the new body kit made of carbon fiber with vacuum forming, consists of a new front bumper, a new front hood, enlarged wheel arches (front and rear), new side sills, a new rear lip spoiler but also a new rear bumper featuring a redesigned air diffuser with integrated exhaust system.

The new Porsche 991 Carrera Stinger sits on new ADV.1 wheels. Currently, the aero-kit is available for installing on the Porsche 991 Carrera 4 and Porsche 991 Carrera 4S.

And in the nearest future, this kit will be available for in fixing on the narrower version of the Porsche 991 Carrera and Porsche 991 Carrera S. TopCar also customized the interior of the Porsche 911 and as you can see from the photos, the Russian tuning company installed new carbon fiber elements and a new steering wheel.

Still, the interior can be customized just as the customer wants it. The debut of the Porsche 991 Carrera Stinger will be made in Russia at the "Auto Exotica 2013" which will be held from 5 to 7 July in the SC "Luzhniki", Moscow. Moreover, TopCar will also bring this beauty at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Porsche 911 Carrera boasts a stylistic evolution that is evident from every angle. It showcases new styling, a more convex windscreen, and larger alloy wheels, all of which contribute to the car's jauntier and more coupé-like character.

Moreover, the 911 Carrera's revised, wider front end features new headlights as well as larger side air intakes. Also, the new 911 Carrera's wider and variably extending rear spoiler highlights its greater power output. And along with other aerodynamic optimizations, the rear spoiler also ensures lower lift while also retaining a good cd value. Completing the rear profile are redesigned and narrower LED rear lights.

Additionally, the 911 Carrera establishes new standards in intelligent performance. The car's innovative aluminium-steel lightweight body, together with a range of new functions and components, benefits driving dynamics and efficiency in equal measure.

The new Porsche 911 Carrera is the world's first passenger car to feature a 7-speed manual transmission as standard. This is based on the optional 7-speed Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK) module. The first six gears' close ratio gives you outstanding acceleration capability, while the 7th gear's quasi-overdrive attributes offer more fuel economy.

Furthermore, the 911 Carrera is also the first sports car equipped by Porsche with an auto start-and-stop function. This system allows you to save up to 0.6 liters per 100 km based on the NEDC or New European Driving Cycle. In addition, the auto stop-and-start function is paired with the PDK and the manual transmission as standard.

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