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TechArt: Porsche 911 Aerokit, GTstreet RS, GTstreet R
And multifunctional running LEDs for the Cayenne SUV

Porsche 911 TechArt Aerokit I: driving shot, front view.

Porsche 911: TechArt sill panels emphasise stronger side lines.

APN,
30 December 2008.

At TechArt, customisation covers Porsche models in many ways, starting from design and performance.

Porsche Cayenne - For Porsche's ambassador to SUV land, TechArt offers a new multifunctional daytime running light combining daylight running lamps, position lights, parking lights and direction indicators in one LED system unit and a common housing.

Porsche Cayenne: TechArt LED lights from January 2009.

Porsche Cayenne: TechArt LED lights from 2009.

In addition, the new multifunctional daytime running light blends with the Cayenne exterior design while applying a distinctive styling look.

Luminous intensity is automatically adjusted depending on the selected driving light. In addition, the daytime running light is self-dimming when turn indicators are on, for more safety during turning maneuvers.

LED technology brings a longer service life and higher energy efficiency than conventional bulbs, making the multifunctional TechArt daytime running light system both, a sophisticated design element as well as a contribution to active safety, at day and night.

Porsche 911 TechArt Aerokit I: driving shot, back view.

TechArt Aerokit for the new Porsche 911: roof spoiler and three different types of rear wing enable precise aerodynamic adjustments to the back axle.

The system is available from January 2009 for the Porsche models Cayenne GTS, Cayenne Turbo and Cayenne Turbo S as well as for all TechArt Magnum conversions based on the current Porsche Cayenne models.

Porsche 911 TechArt Aerokit I - TechArt describes the core of its individualisation programmes as being aesthetic and technical, visible and invisible and above all, having quality original equipment manufacture.

Porsche 911 cabriolet TechArt Aerokit I: driving shot, back view.

TechArt kit for the Porsche 911 cabriolet also.

From there, it follows that the new TechArt Aerokit I for the new Porsche 911 model (see the specifications) is characterised by a special exterior design breathing other inner values: optimal aerodynamic settings, confirmed by wind tunnel tests and high quality polyurethane RIM throughout. All are produced at the company’s manufacturing site in Germany.

The Aerokit I for Porsche 911 (model year 2009) is interpreted by TechArt as the demonstration of a passion for perfection, elaborated from development work and wind tunnel tests: a sporty and elegant TechArt appearance as well as optimal driving stability thanks to reduced buoyant forces and balanced aerodynamics on the front and back axles.

TechArt GTstreet RS, based on the Porsche 911 GT2: static front view.

The GT RS front apron is fitted with a carbon splitter.

The new front spoiler "I" emphasises the dynamics of the new 911, reduces buoyant forces on the front axle and ensures optimal air flow for the effective cooling of the brakes. The air inlets on the front of the vehicle also come with new decorative features. Sill panels emphasise the vehicle’s strong side lines.

A roof spoiler and three different types of rear wing enable precise aerodynamic adjustments to the back axle. The elegant rear wing I, the sporty rear wing III with its fixed wing profile and the variable rear wing IV with integrated back pressure air channels and additional adjustable gurney flap.

TechArt GTstreet RS, based on the Porsche 911 GT2: track, front view.

GTstreet RS: 700hp with a maximum torque of 860 Nm.

The newly designed decorative trims for the exterior mirror – varnished, in carbon fibre or a new chrome finish – as well as headlight trims, TechArt light-metal wheels, striking sports exhaust in a typical double-oval design and individually adapted interior fittings are part of the suggested options of the TechArt individualisation programme for the new 911 models.

TechArt GTstreet RS - Since 2001, TechArt GTstreet vehicles have been among the fastest and highest performance sports cars in the world.

TechArt GTstreet RS, based on the Porsche 911 GT2: track, back view.

GTstreet RS: modified turbochargers, enlarged carbon inlet pipes, specially developed intercoolers, a sports flap exhaust combined with high-performance headers, modified pressure sensor and a sports air filter.

thanks to modified turbochargers, enlarged carbon inlet pipes, specially developed intercoolers, a sports flap exhaust combined with high-performance headers, modified pressure sensor and a sports air filter. The GTstreet model demonstrates a high level of performance in the wind tunnel: with a downforce of 10 kilos on the front and rear axles at a speed of 140 km/h.

The GT RS front apron is fitted with a carbon splitter. A special air duct enables the cool air to pass directly behind the radiator and over the newly created air outlet, thereby reducing the buoyant force on the front axle considerably. Side carbon flics support this effect, increasing the downforce considerably by acting as a counterpart.

TechArt GTstreet RS, based on the Porsche 911 GT2: interior view.

GTstreet RS: wide range of possibilities also for the interior.

All of the sporty basics are expressed with the aero-bonnet, headlight shades, mirror shades, GT sill panels and carbon roof spoiler. The GT rear spoiler gets carbon winglets and gurney flaps. The GT RS rear apron with carbon diffuser, air outlet and carbon air wings complete the programme for this club sports car.

The performance of the GTstreet RS is also reflected in the chassis. With its TechArt Formula III forged rims and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup Plus tyres, the GTstreet RS offers maximum performance for a street-worthy sports car.

TechArt GTstreet R, based on the Porsche 911 Turbo: static, dark view.

TechArt GTstreet R, based on the Porsche 911 Turbo.

The 1.06,811 min. lap time on the short Hockenheim course emphasises yet again the GTstreet RS’s ambitions on becoming one of the fastest sports cars in the world.

From coloured decorative stitching to complete leather furnishings in any colour, or decorative components in various materials such as carbon or piano lacquer, TechArt offers a very wide range of possibilities. Additional accessories such as aluminium pedals, a 3-spoke sports steering wheel and illuminated door sill protectors with an individual logo complete the range of furnishing options.

TechArt GTstreet R - After the TechArt GTstreet RS (based on the Porsche 911 GT2, see above), the GTstreet concept is now applied to the Porsche 911 Turbo in the form of the TechArt GTstreet R.

TechArt GTstreet R, based on the Porsche 911 Turbo: static, front view.

TechArt GTstreet R: 660hp, 860Nm, and 0-100 km/h in 3.4 sec.

The latest addition to the TechArt GTstreet family, which has stood for uncompromising sportiness since 2001, is one of the world’s top performing sports cars.

The GTstreet R is fitted with the TechArt performance kit TA097/T3 (see the specifications) with an engine performance of 485 kW (660 hp) and a maximum torque of 860 Nm at 4,600 rpm. The GTstreet R with Tiptronic S can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds. With the manual transmission, it only takes a tenth of a second longer. Top speed reaches 345 km/h.

The power, torque and performance boost is generated by the new turbochargers, large carbon fibre inlet pipes, special intercoolers, a sports exhaust system combined with high-performance manifolds and an improved sports air filter.

TechArt GTstreet R, based on the Porsche 911 Turbo: static, back view.

TechArt GTstreet R: striking rear apron with a carbon fibre diffuser and air ducts to the intercooler .

A balanced downforce on the front and back axles and specially adapted TechArt VarioPlus coil over suspension enhance driving performance at high speeds, driving stability and safety.

The design of the car body brings sporting agility with refined exterior design. The aero-bonnet, headlight trims and mirror trims, sill panels and carbon fibre roof spoiler characterise the dynamic design. Precise air ducts on the front spoiler and rear wing optimise the engine ventilation. The striking rear apron with its carbon fibre diffuser and air ducts to the intercooler are additional special features of the comprehensive TechArt GTstreet R aerodynamic programme.

Known for their exceptional quality and care worldwide, TechArt interiors are produced by hand at the TechArt saddlers department, like the diverse range of interiors available for the TechArt GTstreet R.

A high degree of design freedom is available, including individually tailored leather fittings, striking decorative stitching and sporty highlights in individual colour combinations. The non-slip TechArt 3-spoke sports wheel, aluminium pedals and other accessories round off the comprehensive range of interiors.

Market-specific prices, shipping costs and other information - or inquiries - about the TechArt Automobildesign tuning range can be obtained from the TechArt Automobildesign website.

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