German based Porsche tuner, TechArt, has released a series of photos showcasing a new customisation programme for the latest Porsche 911 Carrera 4S.
It will be hard to miss the Emerald Green example when it debuts at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Sporting a completely restyled front bumper, black painted bonnet and black headlight housing, the TechArt 911 looks menacing from the front.
At the opposite end, the car’s retractable spoiler has been replaced with a ducktail fixed spoiler and a prominent wing. Lower down, a pair of centrally mounted racing exhaust pipes are integrated into the rear diffuser for a cleaner look. The exhaust system is complete with valves that can be opened or closed to give the 911 a “sonorous and throaty” exhaust note.
TechArt also offers customers an optional Noselift System that can raise the car’s front by 60mm to assist with those pesky speed bumps in the suburbs. The show car wears a set of 21-inch light alloy wheels with green piping. However customers can also specify a variety of 20- and 21-inch wheels to match the body kit.
The interior of TechArt’s Porsche 911 is all sporty and dark, except for a few body coloured trims on the back rest and base. There is also matching green stitching for the leather upholstery and three-spoke steering wheel.
Further customisation can be had in the form of matte black paddle shifters and colour matching instrument cluster gauge inserts.