2011 TECHART GTStreet RS based on the Porsche 911 GT2 RS review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 12 September 2011 , 13:09:07 byEmil

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TECHART GTStreet RS based on the Porsche 911 GT2 RS

The most powerful car which has left the workshop in Leonberg is going to be presented at the IAA in Germany, by TECHART and it was based on the Porsche 911 GT2 RS. The audience will be undoubtedly pleased to see the sports car which boasts a performance of 530 kW and 900 Nm of peak torque. TECHART is well-known for its sporty kits that perfectly suit the daily on road use and their experience over the years provides the right credentials. The additional air-ducts improve the airflow to the brakes and intercooler, while downforce is ensured by a significantly lowered front apron featuring a fixed carbon splitter and an adjustable splitter of hard-wearing polyurethane-RIM. The handling in extreme conditions becomes considerably smoother due to the rear spoiler made entirely of carbon-fiber.
The GTStreet RS program is completed by the carbon-fiber air wings, air outlets together with a rear apron which comprises a carbon-fiber diffuser.
As part of the premium development process, the integrated wiring harnesses, the vehicle-specific CAN bus, as well as the EMC-safe electronic control units, ensure a perfect integration of the GT2 RS. Furthermore, a weight advantage of 10 per cent is given by the the 20-inch Formula Race lightweight forged centerlock wheel in sizes of 8,5J x 20 ET 40 and 8,5J x 20 ET 52 for the front axle and 12J x 20 ET 50 for the rear axle for the Porsche 911 GT2 RS. The interior of the sports car shows TECHART's attention to detail and love for high-quality materials, aiming to offer a driving pleasure never seen before. Thus, its unique athletic appearance is underlined by the delicately fashioned and custom-colored decorative stitching, carbon-fiber decorative individual components, aluminum pedals together with illuminated door entry guards. TECHART's typical precision accepts no compromises and the result is an unlimited degree of freedom.