Moar wing and moar carbon!

What is it about the 911 that makes it so darn perfect to kit out? Maybe it’s the timeless design, a look that’s seen only the slightest revisions over the decades, offering up a blank slate for tuners to play with. Maybe it’s the car’s illustrious racing legacy, the kind of history that makes enormous GT-style aero not only appropriate, but attractive as well. Or maybe it’s the popularity – with so many examples on the road, standing out can be a priority to certain owners. Whatever the reason, German tuner DMC is offering a new aero kit for the Stuttgart superstar.

DMC was founded seven years ago, at which time its primary focus was on Lambos like the Diablo, Murcielago, Gallardo, and Aventador. Also popular in Hong Kong and the Middle East, DMC is now turning its attention to the 911.

The new kit is available for both the base 911 and the GT3 RS. The biggest addition is the gargantuan GT-style rear wing, which features carbon fiber end plates and matte black risers punched by the tuner’s trademark lion design. This piece comes with three angle settings – “City,” “Cruise,” and our favorite, “Insane” (that escalated quickly). The wing can be installed on the GT3 RS without additional mods, but regular-911 owners will need to swap their old deck lid for DMC’s carbon fiber unit.

The wing is complemented by new pieces for the front bumper, rear bumper, and side skirts as well. Each features more carbon fiber tastiness, with a jutting front splitter and a dramatic rear diffuser.

Unfortunately, this package looks like it’s all about style, and not necessarily performance. Which is fine if the look clicks with your aesthetic, but if you need wind-tunnel-tested and track-ready, then you should probably go somewhere else.

Porsche 911 GT3 RS

2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS High Resolution Exterior
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Read our full review on the Porsche 911 GT3 RS here.

Source: DMC

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