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TechArt Porsche 911 Turbo

by Stuart Ross on January 05, 2022 Categories: News

TechArt is a brand that has been around for 30 years. Recently, they have taken the Porsche 911 Turbo and made some changes to give it more of a street racer feel. They swapped out the front and rear bumper, widened the wheel arches, and modified the exhaust system. There is also a new paint job with three different colors: orange, green and grey and TechArt has even added some cool stickers on the hood and doors. This is not your average Porsche 911 Turbo!

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The TechArt Porsche 911 Turbo is a car that was once the epitome of luxury but has now been transformed into the pinnacle of speed. The company took an already fast car and made it even faster by adding some new parts. It’s not your average Porsche with its own unique twist on style and performance. TechArt features fabulous custom exterior paintwork in three different colours: green, grey and orange. The colour combinations make the Porsche pop while also giving it a more aggressive edge. Those who turn their heads while driving by will be greeted by a front bumper that has been completely redesigned to provide better airflow for this powerful car. In addition, the Porsche has larger wheel arches, which give it a more muscular stance.

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TechArt designed the exhaust system for this car to look stylish while also improving sound quality. The rear bumper has been completely redesigned to make room for the dual exhausts, which are built into the bumper and exit out of the back just underneath the license plate holder. The finishing touch comes from a set of stylish alloy wheels with black painted pockets, which were also designed by TechArt. The overall shape of the Porsche looks purposefully wide and low to give it a more realistic racing feel.

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Black alloy wheels complement this sleek body style and allow it to stand out even more against other cars on the road. This German luxury sports car is a hot commodity and can be seen cruising down the streets of many European cities. If you're lucky, maybe you will catch one in your own city.

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