Thursday, June 21, 2012

Geneva Motor Show: Techart Turns its Tuning Focus on the New 2012 Porsche 911

Even with only a couple of months under its belt, the tuning industry has already warmed up to the new 991-series 2012 Porsche 911, with the most recent round of enhancements coming from Techart. The renowned German tuning house has presented some subtle styling bits for both the 911 Carrera and Carrera S.
These include a new set of forged light alloy wheels in sizes of 20- or 21-in. that are said to offer a weight advantage of up to 15 percent compared to the factory rims, new sport tailpipes made of polished stainless steel with either oval or round tips, and a host of exterior trim parts in carbon fiber or any custom color.
For the cabin, Techart's current offerings include a new three-spoke steering wheel and bespoke paddle shifters, plus a variety of trims, a full leather interior with decorative stitching or a diamond design, and interior accents in leather or alcantara.
The full program, which may include performance upgrades, will be presented at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March.


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