Spanish tuner Atarius Concept has developed a comprehensive customization program for the Porsche 911 (997 generation).

Spanish tuner Atarius Concept has developed a comprehensive customization program for the Porsche 911 (997 generation).

Dubbed “Predator”, the tuning package proposes a wide body kit to give the previous 911 the look of a race car that can still be driven legally on public roads. Beefy vented front and rear bumpers make it stand out from the crowd and there’s even a carbon fiber air scoop mounted on the roof. The side profile reveals extra vents, a stiffer suspension setup, and a custom set of black alloy wheels with yellow brake calipers.

The rear end is perhaps the most striking thanks to the massive diffuser and a custom exhaust system with large quad exhaust tips. Atarius Concept added a large wing to boost downforce at the rear axle and you will also notice it hosts the third brake light. Photos of the interior are not available at this point, but from what we can see it has a different set of seats along with a roll cage to enhance stability.

The Madrid-based tuner mentions the custom body kit is available in carbon fiber at an additional cost. In charge of the design was Marius Dumitrascu, the same guy responsible for the MD4 kit launched a couple of years ago for the BMW M4 Coupe.

Source: Atarius Concept

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