TechArt's GTstreet R Is A 911 Turbo With The Power Turned Up To 11

German tuning house TechArt boosts the Porsche 911 Turbo up to insane levels with GTstreet R.

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German tuning house's latest attempt at tuning the Porsche 911 Turbo is a green rage monster that is capable of wnsuring that madcap supercars like the McLaren 675LT and the Ferrari 488 GTB only hear its mighty exhausts.

TechArt's 911 Turbo GTstreet R is available in three forms of tune. The first upgrades the power to 592bhp and 790Nm of torque, 20bhp and 90Nm more than a normal Turbo S.

The second package available will crank the power up even more to 631bhp and 880Nm of torque which helps the GTstreet R to sprint from 0-100km/h in just 2.7 seconds and 0-200km/h in 9.2 seconds and onward to a top speed of 338km/h.

The final package, which will only start selling in 2017 will boost the 911 Turbo GTstreet R's power levels to a scarcely believable 710bhp and 920Nm of torque, 132bhp and 220Nm of torque more than a Turbo S and 177bhp and 260Nm of torque more than the base 911 Turbo.

The final package, which will only start selling in 2017 will boost the 911 Turbo GTstreet R's power levels to a scarcely believable 710bhp and 920Nm of torque, 132bhp and 220Nm of torque more than a Turbo S and 177bhp and 260Nm of torque more than the base 911 Turbo.

To ensure that the tuned 911 Turbo doesn't fly off the ground due to increasing onrush of power, TechArt has added an aero kit to the 911 Turbo to make it stick to the tarmac.

Up front the carbon-fibre front bumper features an active splitter that helps channel to the water and oil coolers. The front bumper also features flaps that help pump up the downforce levels while keeping drag levels low.

The rear spoiler is also active and will adjust its angle by as much as 15 percent to ensure that the tuned car sticks to the tarmac like glue at high speeds. Also present is a rather large diffuser and air vents that push the rear down on to the ground

The combined aero package is claimed to produce 321 kilograms of real downforce at 300km/h.

Various wheel and tyre combinations are available, with either 20-inch centre locking forged wheels or a 21-inch option while tyre sizes can get as wide as 325mm on the rear wheels.

To ensure that all that extra carbon-fibre bodywork is not destroyed by a speed hump, a nose-lift system that raises the front end by 60mm is provided.

The new sport exhaust system comes with a continuously variable pneumatic valve control which optimises the back pressure depending on the load and increases the drama levels with some extra volume.

The price for all this craziness has not yet been revealed by the German tuner, but for those of you who can't wait for a 911 GT2 RS, this may very well be the car for you.

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Story first published: Friday, November 4, 2016, 20:02 [IST]
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