The TechArt Widebody has as base the Porsche Boxster S and offers a great design, more fun driving and speed. After the Widebody concept for the 911 Carrera of the 996 model range, TechArt decided to build a wide body version of the Boxster S. The new model is actually 8 centimeters wider than the standard car. Also, the front extensions offer more space inside the wheel-house and improve the de-ventilation of the heated up air with their integrated wheel-house ventilation. The engineers have put a lot of thought to the aerodynamic part. The front spoiler bumper reduces the lift at the front axle and improves the cooling of the front brakes with large air ducts. The TechArt Widebody conversion is priced at DM 36.950. In this price the fitting and painting are included.
The roadster flexes its muscles: The TechArt Widebody based on the Porsche Boxster S doesn't only offer spectacular design but also extra driving fun and agility.
After the huge success of the Widebody concept for the 911 Carrera of the 996 model range, TechArt Automobildesign (Rontgenstrasse 47, D-71229 Leonberg-Hofingen, Germany, Tel: 07152/9339-0, Fax: 07152/9339-33, Internet: http://www.techart.de) decided to develop a wide body version for the Porsche Boxster S.
With the put-on fender flarings on front and rear axle the TechArt Widebody is eight centimeters wide than the standard car. The front extensions don't only supply extra space inside the wheel houses but also improve the deventilation of the heated up air with their integrated wheel-house ventilation. The rear flarings are equipped with largely dimensioned air ducts to bring fresh air to the centrally placed engine.
Apart from spectacular, sporty design the TechArt designers of course paid attention to optimal aerodynamic efficiency. The TechArt front spoiler bumper reduces the lift at the front axle and improves the cooling of the front brakes with large air ducts. The TechArt rear spoiler is pressing the rear wheels stronger on the road at high speeds.
Extremely broad wheels and tyres make the TechArt Widebody concept for the Boxster complete: Specially for this wide body version there were developed new versions of the three-piece TechArt Champion five spoke wheel. At the front axle there is used the dimension 8.5Jx18, at the rear axle there is space for 11Jx18 wheels after fitting the fender flarings.
After extensive test drives, TechArt Automobildesign recommends the high performance tyre ContiSportContact of the sizes 225/40 ZR 18 and 285/30 ZR 18 for the Widebody based on the Porsche Boxster S. Specially set-up for these ultra-wide tyres and the wider track of the car is the height-adjustable TechArt sports suspension, which doesn't only allow an individual damping of the roadster but also lowers it by 20 - 35 millimeters.
The TechArt Widebody conversion is available from 36 950 DM including fitting and painting.
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