Porsche Carrera GT by TechArt

Sick of seeing all those same old gray Carrera GT’s all over the place? Of course not, but TechArt decided they would spice it up a bit anyway.

TechArt Porsche Carrera GT

Some of the obvious exterior modifications include the special metallic orange paint, the color matching wheels, the new air outlet on the upper half of the front fascia and the one-piece spoiler lip on the lower half. For the performance, TechArt has included a stainless-steel high-performance exhaust system and a modified intake system which increases the power output to 635hp.

Further room for improvement of the Carrera GT lay in the cockpit. TechArt customized the interior with an ergonomically shaped sport steering wheel with leather/carbon fiber rim, and a shifter made from exposed carbon fiber. Requests for even more exclusive and colorful fully leather interiors are answered by the TechArt upholstery shop.

TechArt Porsche Carrera GT side

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