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The enthusiasm for tuning spreads almost every day, at least when you admit to being obsessed with this virus! You are actually constantly thinking about what you can change about your car, which you have just changed, in order to move further away from the production model! You know the feeling too? Then since you've definitely had the tuning virus 🙂 And if we look at the following vehicle, luckily its owner is also affected. And which tuning option is basically the clearest when it comes to achieving the most noticeable effect with a relatively low budget and letting the factory vehicle move a bit into the distance? With a foil / partial foil or a complete paint job (possibly also by means of spray foil) Naturally! In my opinion, the former is the more practical and less expensive method, which can also be removed with almost no residue.
Foiling makes it possible to own a visually completely new car within a few hours, at least from the outside. We found a nice and very subtle example in the form of a Porsche 991 (911) GT3 that was set up by the film professionals from Impressive Wrap and has been given a new style. The foils gave the sporty GT3 a Midnight Blue (dark blue) foil! Of course, Impressive Wrap has applied the foiling, as has already been proven several times, in impeccable quality, that goes without saying and should be a matter of course on a brand new 991 Porsche. The team recently presented the pictures of this vehicle on its homepage and of course we have to show them to you.
The most important details about the foiling are already known to us and we have also made ourselves smart about any further changes to the GT3. As always, we have listed what we were able to find out for you in a small summary below. Should you discover any other changes, we would be happy if you post them to us in the "comment box" and we will then add them to the article as soon as possible.
(Photos: Impressive Wrap)
These are the changes to the Porsche 911 (991) GT3:
- Foil completely in Midnight Blue (dark blue) - (factory paint unknown)
- black nameplate
- yellow calipers
- yellow accents all around
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - more information is not available)
- possibly a sports exhaust system (more information is not available)
We are sure that we will receive some information and definitely new pictures and videos in the next few weeks. As soon as this is the case, we will of course add to the article and inform you about it.
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Maybe you also want to read a report from other car brands? Apart from the above manufacturer, you'll wonder what vehicles these days coilovers, alloy wheels, Chiptuning and the craziest foiling built in & attached. Take a look at the following manufacturers: ALFAROMEO, ALPINA, AUDI, BMW, CADILLAC, CHEVROLET, CHRYSLER, CITROËN, DACIA, DAEWOO, DODGE, FIAT, FORD, HONDA, HYUNDAI, INFINITI, ISUZU, JAGUAR, JEEP, KIA, LANCIA , LANDROVER, LEXUS, MASERATI, MAZDA, MERCEDES, MINI, MITSUBISHI, NISSAN, OPEL, PEUGEOT, PORSCHE, RENAULT, SAAB, SEAT, SKODA, SMART, SUBARU, SUZUKI, TATA, TOYOTA, VAUXHALL, VOLVO, VW and ALL others.