TechArt Porsche 911 Serves Up a Pseudo-Spyder
Famed German body kit and tuning house, TechArt, gets their hands on the new Porsche 991 Cabriolet. Shown earlier at the Geneva Auto show, the new kit draws references to the much anticipated 918 Spyder. Come take a look at this sweet Porsche mod.
The kit, named AeroKit I, marks the first time the company has had a go at the new generation 911, and the subtlety of the name pretty much mirrors the subtlety of the kit. Features include a front spoiler combined with a splitter, and both front intakes getting vertical aero flicks. Moving down the car, the side mirrors get trim treatment that draws from the neon green highlights of the 918 Spyder. Around back, TechArt allows the customer to choose between a few different options when it comes to the spoiler. The one pictured uses an integrated taillight on a fixed wing. Gloss black shoes with the neon green hint are fitted all around.
The neon green highlights make an appearance inside the car as well. Most of the time, when you hear the words ‘neon green’ and ‘interior,’ everything goes to hell, but TechArt applied the same subtlety from the outside to the interior, and they've done it tastefully. The black leather seats are accented by opposing green stitching. The florescent highlights also appear in light trim on the console. The bright green gauges provide a nice background for the modified steering wheel as well. TechArt saw fit to replace the standard steering wheel and PDK button shifters with one of their own sport wheels and a set of more-to-the-point paddle shifters.
All in all,the tinkerers at TechArt have put together a great package that just might hold off some buyers until they can get their greedy mits on a 918 Spyder. Here's hoping none of us have to wait too long.
See more of the TechArt 991 Cabrio here
Contributed by guest blogger, Bryan Campbell.
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