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The guys around the Techart team have a preview of their latest project by name TechArt Porsche 911 (991) GT3 RS Carbon Line published which we absolutely have to show you. As I said, the current Porsche 911 (991) GT3 RS was used as the base vehicle for the tuning and has received a large number of aerodynamic parts made of carbon that will certainly soon be available for other 911 variants. So if you are thinking of buying a 991 911 or already own one in the future, TechArt is definitely an interesting starting point when it comes to differentiating the vehicle from the production model.
As for the changes made to the optics or the technology so we have already been able to get the first details and deliver you the latest info at the latest for the official presentation of the Geneva Motor Show 2016. What we know we have listed as usual below in a summary. If you discovered any other changes we did not list so just use the comment box and let us know!
These are the first details of the TechArt Porsche 911 (991) GT3 RS Carbon Line:
- Techart Carbon Line Bodykit for the Porsche 991 911 GT3 RS
- official presentation for the Geneva Motor Show 2016
- Fender inserts, front spoiler, side skirts made of carbon, air inlet & outlet covers, exterior mirrors, (semi-gloss or high-gloss)
- black Techart alloy wheels
- Carbon details in the interior
- possibly TechArt Sportfahwerk
- possibly TechArt performance upgrade
- possibly TechArt sports exhaust system
Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.
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