The upcoming Geneva Motor Show isn’t only about big carmakers showcasing new models, but also about tuning companies revealing their new projects and bespoke products.
One such name is Techart, and it will be showing two projects in the Swiss city. The first is the GTStreet R model, based on the Porsche 911 Turbo. It develops a whopping 660 HP and 635 lb-ft of torque out of its 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six engine. The improved car can now sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 3.5 seconds, and up to 214 mph.
The looks of the 911 GTStreet R have also been drastically improved, thanks to a full aerodynamic body kit, which even boasts an adjustable rear spoiler and carbon fiber rear diffuser and front splitter, which keep the tuned car on the road at all times.
Techart hasn’t forgotten about the Porsche Panamera, and it will reveal the Concept One project, which focuses on the super sedan from Stuttgart. The performance has been slightly improved, with the car generating 550 HP from the twin-turbo V8 engine, but the biggest changes were made to the design of the car.
The exterior boasts a new body kit with restyled front and rear fascias, bigger air inlets, side skirts, rear diffuser, adjustable spoiler and wider wheel arches. The design study now sits on 22-inch forged wheels, with performance Continental tires.
On the inside, things get a bit weird, with the Techart team using a combination of cocoa and white leather, which are in stark contrast to the phosphor green stitching, reflecting the unique personality of the Concept One. Other sports features like a three-spoke steering wheel with paddles for the PDK gearbox have also been added.
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