Porsche 911 by Caractere Exclusive at 2012 SEMA

The SEMA show in Las Vegas is a Mecca for tuners and customisers, not to mention their numerous admirers.  For the 2012 show, Belgian tuner and Porsche tuning specialist, Caractere Exclusive, has showcased an aero kit for the latest Porsche 911 (991).

The kit encompasses a new front bumper with built-in air intakes and air outlets and a set of bespoke side skirts with integrated cool air intakes and air outlets. At the back, there is a new spoiler and rear wing that incorporates a third brake light and air intake tracts. The wing also promises additional downforce for the 911.

The tastefully executed makeover is finished off with a set of forged modular 20- or 21-inch alloys and a sport exhaust system with quad round tailpipes, complete with valve control for enhanced aural quality.

Source: Caractere Exclusive

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