TopCar Ursa takes the Porsche Macan Turbo to another level

Article by Christian A., on August 24, 2014

TopCar announced its presence at the 2014 Moscow Motor Show and it appears that it will make quite a buzz in the Russia’s capital as it will bring the heavily modified Porsche Macan. The tuning programme includes a brand new aerodynamic kit that consists of a new front bumper (3,200 euros), a front lip spoiler (950 euros), 2 hood expanders (1,500 euros), front fenders with air ducts and TopCar logo (1,200 euros), 2 rear doors expanders (600 euros), 2 rear fender extensions (560 euros) as well as a new rear bumper (3,000 euros).

Moreover, we find a rear air diffuser (950 euros), a set of TopCar logo stickers (120 euros), a rear spoiler that connects the LED taillights (650 euros) and a rear roof spoiler (950 euros). For the rear spoilers the assembly lacquer costs 700 euros.

In addition, we find front bumper grilles (300 euros), hood inserts (680 euros), paint inserts under the LED (250 euros) and 2 vertical sections of the upper spoiler (500 euros). The car parts assembly and lacquer finish costs 4,000 euros.

As an option, TopCar offers carbon fiber parts and in order to install them you will spend more money. The front bumper lip spoiler costs 2,000 euros, while the side skirts are priced at 2,500 euros.

The rear air diffuser comes with a 2,300 euros price tag, while side plates to the front and rear doors cost 1,500. A carbon fiber rear spoiler costs 1,300 euros, while the 3-piece rear roof spoiler is priced at 1,900 euros.

The grilles in the front bumper are available for 600 euros. The 2 carbon fiber pieces that are inserted in the front hood are priced at 880 euros. According to TopCar, all prices are excluding 21 percent VAT.

Inside, the TopCar Ursa gets a striking purple colour but also carbon fiber accents and a brand new steering wheel.

The vehicle you see in the photos is based on the Porsche Macan Turbo and comes equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 biturbo engine that produces 394 hp (294 kW).

There are no words regarding any engine upgrades, which means the vehicle will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.8 seconds (4.6 seconds with Sport Chrono Package), while top speed is limited at 266 km/h or 165.2 mph.

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