Techart's GTstreet R also boasts a carbon fiber bodykit with active components in the front spoiler and two-tiered rear wing.

People who drive either revision of the 991-generation 911 Turbo already have one of the most potent performance vehicles on the road, but if the coupe’s already ample power ever leaves them yearning for more then Techart’s GTstreet R should definitely help. The package not only offers several levels of power upgrades, but the wind-tunnel-refined active aero body kit should keep the aggressive looking car well planted.

Techart’s body kit uses carbon fiber parts as replacements for the front and rear bumpers, slotted front fenders, side skirts, and engine cover. By aftermarket standards, the pieces actually look quite subdued, especially if you imagine the whole car in a single color. It’s not that far off from the huge intakes and big wing from Porsche’s own GT2 RS, which is currently under development.

Techart’s components serve a function in addition to looking good. The lip in the front spoiler actively adjusts airflow into the radiators. The two-tiered rear wing also raises and tilts up to 15 degrees in Performance mode for additional downforce. The company claims the whole package of parts produce 708 pounds of downforce at 186 miles per hour.

Techart GTstreet R Porsche 911 Turbo
Techart GTstreet R Porsche 911 Turbo
Techart GTstreet R Porsche 911 Turbo


If someone adds the aggressive body kit, the buyer probably wants extra power to go with it, and Techart is ready. The firm can tune the 991.1 and 991.2 911 Turbo with packages that take the output to 632 horsepower (471 kilowatts). Customers who are patient can wait until early next year when the firm introduces an even more powerful package that boosts the mill to 711 hp (530 kW) and 679 pound-feet (920 Newton-meters) of torque.

The turbocharged flat six should sound fantastic with Techart’s custom exhaust, too. Its continuously variable pneumatic valve can constantly adjust back pressure depending on engine load. The part is like a little symphony conductor in your vehicle that always makes the engine sound the best way possible.

Techart doesn't say what these upgrades cost, but they can't be inexpensive. We would be very curious to see how the tuner's package would perform against the upcoming GT2 RS. Rumors suggest the Porsche could make 700 hp (522 kW), which isn't too far away from what Techart gets from the GTstreet R. It would be quite a race.

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