Porsche Turbo

Porsche Turbo

SpeedArt unveiled the BTR II 650 EVO, a tuning kit based on the new Porsche Turbo , at the Geneva Motor Show. Starting with the 3,8 liter engine, the tuner added a modified motronic to enlarged the power boost, VTG-turbo chargers, a sport exhaust with sport cats and twin tail pipes plus sport headers/manifolds, sport air filter and enlarged intercoolers. The result is an increase of 150 hp and 150 NM, a sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 3,2 seconds and a top speed of 205 mph.

The aerodynamic kit includes: a new designed front bumper with spoiler lip and gun-metal frames, side skirts, rear diffuser and a rear spoiler with movable rear wing. The car sits on 20" twin spoke wheels.

Press release after the jump.

In addition to the Concept One, TechArt will also unveil the GTStreet R Porsche 911 Turbo at the Geneva Motor Show. The car comes with an impressive 660 hp and 860Nm of torque and can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in under 3.5 seconds with a top speed reaching up to 214 mph.

As with just about every car that goes through the hands of TechArt, the GTStreet R comes with a plethora of aerodynamic modifications that includes, among other thing, a lowered front apron with carbon splitter, an adjustable rear spoiler with air inlets and rear apron with integrated carbon diffuser, a multifunctional day-driving light system that is integrated into the front apron and 5-spoke light alloy wheels in dimensions of 19" and 20".

Press release after the jump.

The German Porsche tuner TechArt is preparing to present a their new customization program for the Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S this March at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. A stylish package made up of fresh aerodynamic parts, a set of lightweight alloy wheels and exquisite interior appointments.

The exterior includes a new front spoiler with larger dynamically accented air intakes that seamlessly integrate into the new airflow optimizing side sills and a subtle roof spoiler finished off by a set of 20 inch TECHART Formula five spoke rims. Meanwhile the interior gets a new sporty three spoke steering wheel, customizable gauge cluster, race inspired aluminum sport pedals and a set of stainless steel kick plates embossed with TECHART logos to remind you and everyone who ever climbs aboard that this is not just another 911 Turbo .

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The German sports car maker Porsche will unveil the most powerful version of the 911 Turbo in March at the Geneva Motor Show. The new Turbo S will be available as both a coupe and convertible, and will go on sale starting in May of 2010 priced at 173,241 euro for the coupe and at 184.546 euro for the convertible in the German market.

The 911 Turbo S comes with an increase of 30 HP, for a total of 530 HP, thanks to a six cylinder boxer boosted by a pair of turbochargers complete with Porsche’s variable turbine geometry that reduces lag and increases performance. As a result the Turbo S will sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in just 3.3 seconds and go from 0 to 200 km/h (124 MPH) in only 10.8 seconds and will reach a top speed of 195 MPH.

Standard equipment for the Turbo S includes: Dynamic Bending Lights, 19-inch wheels in RS Spyder design with central locking nut, a three spoke sports steering wheel with gearshift paddles, adaptive sports seats, cruise control, CD/DVD changer and exclusive two tone leather upholstery in Black/Crema or Black/Titanium Blue that additionally underlines the outstanding class and caliber of this first Turbo S in the last five years.

Press release after the jump.

The German sorts car maker Porsche has just annonced pricing for the 911 Turbo that will go on sale in the U.S. market starting January 30. The fixed roof coupe variant will be priced at $132,800 and as the top goes down the cost goes up to a slightly higher $143,800 for the turbocharged rag top Cabriolet. According to the President and CEO of Porsche Cars North America, Detlev von Platen, "We are very excited to welcome the all-new 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo into the family...More than ever, this super car is a technological tour de force, and the seemingly unanimous accolades from the media support what we already believe; this is the best 911 Turbo ever."

In either form the 911 Turbo is powered by a 3.8 Liter twin turbocharged flat six sitting between the wide rear arches and now develops a maximum output of 500 HP and as much as 516 lb-ft of torque with the Sport Chrono Package working its magic, pushing the pair of hairdryers to their limits. The additional power allows the new 911 Turbo to sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in a very quick 3.4 seconds and reach a super car like 194 MPH top speed while returning an estimated 17 MPG in the city and as much as 25 MPG at highway

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The tuning firm Mansory is well known for their extensive use of exotic carbon fiber to create wild high performance machines like the Cayenne based Chopster and are following up the tradition at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show with a very special customized Porsche 997 Turbo . The boosted 911 will include upgrades both inside and out as well as under the rear deck lid, focusing on improving the performance of the twin turbocharged flat six power plant.

The Mansory designed aero package is made up of a new front front bumper complete with lip spoiler with integrated splitter made from lightweight carbon fiber and a GT2 like vent at the top. Out back the Mansory tuned Turbo wears an over sized carbon fiber rear wing giving it the character of a race car while prowling the streets improving the backwards engineered sports car’s stability by providing lots of down force over the wide rear tires. Underneath, Mansory has included a new vented rear apron that not only makes the 997 appear to be even more aggressive, but improves cooling at the same time. As far as horsepower is concerned, Mansory has crafted a sport tuned exhaust system being fed by a set of tuned turbo manifolds to create a screaming powerhouse.

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It was at the 1974 Paris Motor Show when the German sports car maker Porsche unveiled a turbocharged version of the classic 911 for the first time when they pulled the covers back off of a 3.0 Liter Porsche 930 Turbo, a model which at the time amazed audiences with its 260 HP maximum output and the ability to reach a 155 MPH top speed. In 2009 the 911 Turbo entered its seventh generation, with considerable performance improvements resulting in a Carrera Turbo that is almost twice as powerful as the original.

Even if the design has changed, the new Turbo remains unmistakably a 911, with a sporty focus on the driving essentials. The outer air intakes on the front apron now come with titanium colored slats. Sitting low to their left and right are the new daytime running lights in the same manner as the LED indicators and safety is even further enhanced with the optional dynamic cornering light function while the side mirrors have been revised for a better rearward visibility. At the rear of the new Turbo, the Porsche wears a new set of distinctive LED taillights that have a tapered design and extend deep into the contours of the rear fascia. The fast response LED brake lights underline the car’s purposeful look and enhance active safety by offering more warning to traffic approaching from the rear.

As with the outgoing 2006 Turbo model, the flat six cylinder engine features a pair of snails with Variable Turbine Geometry (VTG), but the new unit’s displacement has been increased to 3.8 Liters and now develops 500 HP and as much as 516 lb-ft of torque with the Sport Chrono Package. This allows the new 91 Turbo to sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in only 3.4 seconds and reach a 194 MPH top speed when it goes on sale in the U.S. on January 30 with the coupe being priced at $132,800 and $143,800 for the cabriolet.

Press release after the jump.

The German Porsche tuner 9ff is well known for creation some of the most outrageous 911 s on the planet, whether it be a chopped and streamlined speed machine or a 1000 HP power house, 9ff has done it all. Now they can add another accolade to their wall of achievements because the 9ff TR 1000 has just become the world’s fastest Porsche 911 at the ATP automotive testing circuit in Papenburg, Germany.

9ff TR 1000 becomes the world's fastest Porsche 911 at 243.3 MPH

Built upon a Turbo platform, the TR 1000 is powered by a flat six boosted by a pair of larger turbochargers, upgraded intercooler, sport profile camshafts, titanium connecting rods, forged crankshaft, high flow sport air filter, revised ECU and a high performance exhaust system to produce a maximum output of 1000 HP and 767 lb-ft of torque. The result is a 911 that can sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in 3.2 seconds and reach a now proven 243.4 MPH on the test track which is esentialy an elongated oval with over two miles of straights going in either direction connected by two significantly banked turns.

The cost to convert your 911 Turbo into a 1000 HP 243 MPH TR 1000 is over €130,000.

Source: 9ff

When you talk about sports cars, Porsche ’s rear engine 911 Turbo with its wide tires and broad shoulders is easily one of the most desired automobiles on the planet. However, even if the turbocharged all wheel drive sports coupe is practically perfect straight from the factory, there are a few aftermarket tuners who beg to differ.

Porsche 911 Turbo BTR II by SpeedArt

The most recent high performance application comes from the German power specialists at SpeedArt. Their new customization program for the 911 Turbo starts at the heart of the beast with a reprogrammed ECU and a less restrictive sports exhaust system that increases the maximum output of the boosted 3.8 Liter flat six to 580 HP and 568 lb-ft of torque, up from the standard 500 HP and 480 lb-ft of torque. The added horse power allows the modified 911 to sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in just 3.2 seconds and reach an unrestricted top speed of 202 MPH.

With a name like SpeedArt, the German tuner knows that there is no point in being able to accelerate like a rocket ship if you don’t look good doing it, so they upgrade the exterior of the 911 Turbo as well as the power unit. Their aero kit is inspired by the track ready 911 GT3 model. Featuring a host of sports inspired body mods made up of a more aggressive front apron, lower hanging side skirts and a new rear diffuser to complete the ground effects package. Mounted on the back of the SpeedArt Turbo are a pair of airfoils consisting of a rooftop spoiler and a more traditional rear wing. However the pièce de résistance are the color matching side mirrors, front lip, 20 inch rollers and side decals that let you know this is no ordinary 911.

We are well aware of what the German tuning firm 9ff is capable of when they put their minds to something, like the 253 MPH GT9R or the 850 HP BT2 complete with classic Gulf Racing livery. However 9ff is set to unveil something a little more mundane at the upcoming 2009 Essen Motor Show with the Speed9. While it is based on a 911 Turbo , 9ff is paying homage to the classic 1955 Porsche 356 1500S Speedster for all those high performance Porsche aficionados who want to ride around with the wind in their hair.

9ff Speed9

Thanks to modern day running gear, the only thing that is reminiscent of the old ’55 is the styling. Covering that aspect 9ff included a new ground effects package that consists of a new front apron, side skirts and rear bumper along with 9ff Speed9 sports seats and matching steering wheel. The 911 Turbo that serves as the vehicle’s foundation received an upgraded ECU, free flowing exhaust and a set of sport catalytic converters that let the bi turbo flat six breathe to the tune of 650 HP and 656 lb-ft of torque. Even though 9ff hasn’t let us in on any performance figures as of yet, you can expect the Speed9 to go faster than you ever want to with the top down.

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