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Porsche Carrera

Porsche Carrera

Porsche did, in fact, unveil the new 997 line-up, but there are people out there who still drive the old Carrera Convertible models and TechArt had them in mind when designing their new program.

The TechArt program for the 997 Cabriolet includes: components made of PU-RIM, a front lip spoiler, head lamp trim, side skirts, rear diffuser, a range of three rear wings, interior enhancements, sport exhaust, and adjustable sport suspension.

The output for the engine has been raised to 400 hp and was made possible thanks to new metal air filters, a sport clutch, and a short shift kit. The 997 Cabrio also gets a sport brake system, spring kit, sport chassis "vario", and the new 20" TechArt’s Formula wheels.

The interior gets airbag sport steering wheels and leather work.

We know that Porsche Carrera and Targa are already good looking cars, but if you feel like customizing them a bit TechArt has the right program for you.

For the exterior the tuner is offering a front spoiler with braking cooling ducts, front grille inserts, side skirts, mirror inserts, headlight rings, a roof spoiler and a choice of three different wings (Rear Wing I, Rear Wing III, or Rear Wing IV). And to finish up in style you can also choose from Formula I, II, or the new light-weight one-piece forged Formula III wheels.

For the interior TechArt is offering leather and all kinds of select materials, tastefully coordinated colors, a sense of design with unmatched precision and craftsmanship.

To improve the car’s performances the tuner is also offering new coil-over suspensions, steel-flex brakes lines that ensure an optimal pressure point at a consistent pedal force and an easy brake force
regulation.

Porsche Carrera gets new Aerodynamic Package from Vorsteiner

Even if the classic 911 is still in bandages from its most recent facelift, there are tuners that feel they can do the Carrera one better. The after market manufacturer Vorsteiner has a high tech aerodynamic package consisting of a front spoiler made out of carbon fiber complete with integrated brake ducts , carbon fiber rear diffuser as well as a carbon fiber roof replacement sheds almost 50 pounds from the tallest point in the vehicle before finishing it off with a set of staggered 19 and 20 inch forged wheels as well.

Press release after the jump.

TechArt has presented a new tuning program for the new Porsche 911 Carrera 4S . The tuner modified both the car’s dynamics and performances. Thanks to a new "Racing" flap-controlled exhaust system and new engine electronics the Carrera 4S delivers with 35 hp more, to a total of 420 hp.

Porsche 911 Carrera 4S by TechArt

The aerodynamic kit includes a front spoiler, side skirts, a roof spoiler and three versions of rear wings, back pressure air vents, an adjustable spoiler lip, decorative trims for the exterior mirrors – made from carbon fiber painted in the requested color and 19 or 20 inch five-spoke wheels.

On the interior the tuner added leather, a three-spoke airbag sports steering wheels, aluminum pedals and trim strips.

Press release after the jump.

Mansory has revealed a new aerodynamic kit for the 911 Porsche Carrera. Special attention has been given to the front end: a new frontskirt with integrated air intakes, a frontlip in exciting sports car design for your standard frontskirt. The aerodynamically designed rearspoiler with the typical character of a racing car causes the important stabilization of the rear axle and the needed aerodynamic lift.

Porsche Carrera by Mansory

The complete rearskirt with its integrated air outtakes makes your Porsche look more aggressive. On your request it gets upgraded by carbon fiber exclusively. The new designed sport exhaust system refers to the topic high performance.

The engine gets a a high performance manifold and two silencers. The Carrera also features port springs set and a high performance manifold.

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Spied: Porsche 911 Cabriolet

The Porsche 911 Carrera is a car that can never die. The soul of the classic sports car from the German automaker has been on the road since the days of the original Volkswagen. The iconic shape of the backwards engineered performance car with a pair of round headlamps staring at you brilliantly, a sloping roofline that makes room for a powerful boxer engine and hips that stick out far enough to cover the wide rear rubber that it takes to make the sports car work. After a brief departure from the norm with the 996’s interesting headlights, Porsche ’s latest model took the car closer back to its original shape and it looks like things will be staying that way into 2011.

Thanks to our friends at World Car Fans, we can see that Porsche’s next drop top sports car will receive a slight restyling from today’s model. It looks like the driving lights have been tweaked and the front end is flatter thanks to a larger chin spoiler while they do keep with the circular headlamp theme. The roofline doesn’t appear to be as high as the current car, perhaps part of the automaker’s plan for a more streamlined 911. Meanwhile the cutouts in the rear fenders hint at a pair of turbochargers hiding underneath all that sheet metal. If this is the case then the next iteration of Porsche’s high performance sports coupe should be a dream, especially with the wind in your hair.


If the ordinary Porsche 997 doesn’t sound exclusive enough for you, the German sports car maker has a new limited edition model ready to be revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show that is based on the 911s of yesterday with its Carrera RS inspired duck tail spoiler and 21st century Fusch style wheels. The very exclusive edition Carrera Classic is limited to only 250 units with sales scheduled to being in 2010, with prices starting at 169,300 euro.

Porsche 911 Sport Classic

The Porsche 911 Sport Classic is based on the rear wheel drive Carrera S and comes with a few new body pieces and a wider body in the rear to house the almost 2 inch wider track. The Carrera Classic is powered by a 3.8 Liter direct injected horizontally opposed six cylinder engine that thanks to the introduction of the new intake manifold that features six vacuum controlled flaps that increases the 911s maximum output by a total of 23 HP, bringing the Carrera Classic’s max power up to 408 HP.

Other technologies included in this special edition are: PCCB Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes, PASM sports suspension lowering the entire car by almost an inch, the mechanical rear differential housed inside of the transaxle, a custom made set of 19 inch rims and a pair of stripes that run down the middle.

Press release after the jump.

Porsche U.K. prepares a retro special edition Supersport

Porsche is paying homage to their heritage by introducing a U.K only special edition of the classic 911 based on the all wheel drive wide body Carrera 4S. The retro rear engine sports car will wear the title Supersport and feature a set of the funky Fuchs-style wheels as well as wear a ducktail spoiler that harks back to the original RS. The roof panel consists of a double bubble like the classic Zagato’s or even a new ZR-1 . The best part of all is that the entire car will be painted primer gray, the color of choice for any performance enthusiast. The interior will feature a very retro throwback brown leather upholstery to go with the exterior enhancements.

Stay tuned for more details as we get them!

Source: Jalopnik

Porsche unveiled today the first details about the 2009 911. The official debut will be made on 5 July. The European prices are as follows: 69,600.- for the Carrera (Euro base price). The Carrera Cabriolet and Carrera S both retail at Euro 78,000.- (Euro base price), and the Carrera S Cabriolet is entering the market at Euro 88,000.- (Euro base price).

Porsche 911 Carrera

911 Carrera is powered by a 3.6-litre power unit with an output of 345 hp (up by 20 bhp). Carrera S is powered by a 3.8-litre power with an output of 385 bhp unit (up by 30 bhp). The Carrera S Coupe now offers a top speed of 186 mph.

The new generation of the 911 is available for the first time with the new Porsche-Doppelkupplung (PDK), Porsche’s double-clutch gearbox. Offering no less than seven forward gears, the new gearbox combines the driving comfort of a converter automatic transmission with the dynamic gearshift of a sequential racing gearbox.

Porsche 911 Carrera

The new generation of the 911 stands out clearly at first sight through innovations in design both front and rear as well as new lights with LED technology. LED daytime driving lights and bi-xenon headlights now standard on all new models in the Carrera range give the silhouette of the 911 even more distinctive style and a truly unique look, interacting with new LED rear lights to ensure an unmistakable and striking appearance also at the rear. And as a further safety option, Porsche now also offers Dynamic Bending Lights on all models.


Porsche revealed today two new models in its new 911 line-up: the Carerra 4 and Carrera 4S. The new models will go on sale starting 25 October 2008.

Porsche Carrera 4 and 4S

The Carrera 4 is powered by a 3.6-litre power unit that delivers 345 bhp. Featuring the new PDK system the fuel consumption goes down to 10.1 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres, equal to 28.0 mpg imp.

The 911 Carrera 4S is powered by a 3.8-litre power unit that delivers 385 hp and the fuel consumption goes down to 10.7 litres/100 km, equal to 26.4 mpg imp.

Porsche Carrera 4 and 4S

The new all-wheel-drive sports cars come with sporting manual transmission featuring six gears. As an alternative the new models are available with Porsche’s new Doppelkupplungsgetriebe replacing the former Tiptronic S automatic converter transmission and offering an even faster gearshift on less fuel. The Doppelkupplungsgetriebe or double-clutch gearbox comes with seven gears shifting electrohydraulically without the slightest interruption of traction and pulling force.

Press release after the jump.


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