2011 Porsche 911 TT Cabriolet VR-T by Vorsteiner

The wonders that tuning programs can do to sports cars never cease to amaze us. This particular one, a current generation Porsche 911 Twin-Turbo Cabriolet , comes courtesy of Wheels Boutique and Vorsteiner.

Taking the German sports car, Vorsteiner’s dealership in Florida built a program that consists of the German tuning firm’s V-RT program. Made mostly out of carbon fiber, Vorsteiner’s V-RT program includes a new front bumper that enhances the body lines of the svelte-looking 911. The front bumper comes with larger carbon air intakes for the radiators while ridding the car of the factory fog lights and the headlight washer bezels. Moving to the rear, the 911 Cabriolet was also fit ted with a new rear bumper that has been designed to provide the sports car with a wider stance. Enlarged side intercooler extraction vents are also part of the program, while a new molded carbon fiber rear diffuser with integrated twin aero fins rounds and a heavily modified rear deck lid and wing round out the aero modifications on the German sports car.

No performance modifications were added, but even if the new 911 Cabriolet has just been unveiled, the current model still packs a meaty punch in the form of a 3.8-liter six-cylinder twin-turbo horizontally-opposed engine mated to a six-speed manual transmissionthat packs 500 horsepower. It possesses a 0-62 mph time of 3.8 seconds and a top speed of 193 mph.


I love the modifications. But before that, I’ve already liked its performance capability.

It’ll never be the same if it’s painted in red. Could it be sexier? 

Porsche 911 TT Cabriolet VR-T by Vorsteiner
Comment: This is all so plain. Are there any colors? Aside from the exterior paint of pearl white, is excellent. 

It’s expected that it will be faster and more powerful because of Vorsteiner’s tuning, but I didn’t expect it to be this good!

The only thing I hate about it is its paint job. Isn’t it kind of sloppy?

At the mention of carbon-fiber materials’ usage, I just knew its speed will be much better. And take note, the engine has also become more powerful because of the tuning.

The look is fine, and the wheels match with the body color. The performance is okay.

Probably the best convertible there is.

This isn’t the best tuning done to the Porsche 911, but it’s actually fine. Maybe they can do better on changing the paint job.

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