Carbon fibre parts sharpen look of Porsche’s 991.2 track car
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German tuning house Techart has unveiled a 991.2 GT3 Sport Package at the Essen
Motor Show. Extensive use of carbon fibre, manufactured in-house at Techart’s Leonberg base, features heavily on air scoops, wings and mirrors featured on Porsche’s latest GT3.
Techart says its upgrades replace those found on the car from factory, including a lightweight front lid with integrated air outlet, front spoiler with revised air blades underneath the daytime running lights, as well as side skirts. At the back of the car, the kit comprises carbon ram air scoops on the decklid, new aerodynamic winglets plus a rear diffuser. The Sport Package also has a choice of titanium or carbon tailpipes for the centrally mounted twin exit exhaust.
Techart’s central-locking, 20-inch forged Formula IV Race wheel makes a return for the GT3’S Sport Package, while inside, an interior customisation programme features colour-coded instrument dials, alloy sport pedals, personalised door entry guards and an all-new ‘Type 7’ Sport steering wheel. The wheel measures 360mm – the same as Porsche’s own Sport steering wheel – with a mixture of surfaces, including painted faces, plus leather and Alcantara segments, while maintaining all factory functions, including paddle shift and wheel heating. For more information on the Sport Package visit techart.de.