Few months ago the Techart GTstreet based on the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet was unveiled at the Chicago Motor Show. The car featured 630 hp and was capable to achieve a top speed of 345 km/h. Well, it seems that those performances weren’t enough for the German tuning company and in order to solve this problem Techart unveiled another version of the GTstreet called RS which is based on the Porsche GT2.

The vehicle features a 700 hp engine and a total torque of 860 Nm. For better stability the tuner used a new Bilstein suspension kit which with the are Michelin Sport Cup Plus tyres deliver a better stability at very high speeds. Some ”minor” details would be the sprint from 0-100 km/h in 3.3 seconds and the astonishing price: € 330 000.


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  (520) posted on 07.18.2008

great performance

  (1024) posted on 07.18.2008

This car is the reason I tolerate rear wheel drives.

For some reason, I feel like drifting in this car.

  (3) posted on 07.17.2008

Will this car fast enough to compete with the Bugatti Veyron and Mercede SLR Speedster?The SLR Speedster 0-186 in 26 second.

  (47) posted on 07.17.2008

Interesting...I thought Porsche was no longer allowing techart to market anything using the Porsche name on account of that whole engine theft episode.

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