TopCar Gives The Porsche 911 Turbo S A Stunning Green Carbon Fiber Suit
This is the second Porsche 911 Turbo S that TopCar has tinkeredby Isaac Atienza, on
Remember the Porsche 911 Turbo S that TopCar modified earlier this year? It was wearing nothing but a brown carbon fiber suit and a host of other aesthetic modifications inside and out. This time around, the same Russian tuning company is back at it again, giving the 911 Turbo S a green carbon fiber suit.
A total of 84 exterior parts and panels have been replaced with green carbon fiber parts to give this Porsche 911 Turbo S a stunning design. Just like the brown 911 Turbo S that the company modified earlier this year, every single painted panel has been replaced by intricately-weaved green carbon fiber parts that are not dissimilar to what Pagani does to its supercars. As a matter of fact, TopCar even describes the weave as "Pagani Style" with how precise the weaves are.
TopCar didn’t just replace its panels with carbon fiber ones, because the front fascia receives a new front bumper with contrasting grey parts that are made out of—you guessed it—carbon fiber panels.
The side profile also receives a few upgrades, namely the front fenders that now come with louvers above the wheel arches and a new set of gills, as well as new side skirts. This specific vehicle also comes with upgraded forged aluminum wheels that measure 20x9 inches up front and 20x11.5 at the rear.
Lastly, the rear end of this Porsche 911 Turbo S has been given a fixed rear wing and a unique rear bumper with added grey carbon fiber contrasting parts. TopCar will also throw in an Akrapovic titanium exhaust if you pay an additional €5,000 ($5,133).
Apart from the exhaust, no other performance upgrades have been mentioned. It’s still no bad thing, however, since the 911 Turbo S’s 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six already produces 649 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque right out of the showroom. But if more power is what you want, then Brabus offers the 820, which increases the 911 Turbo S’s power output to 809 horsepower and 701 pound-feet.
If you want to dress up your Porsche 911 Turbo S in a similar carbon fiber suit, prepare to fork out €100,000 ($102,665) for the privilege. However, you can easily escalate way past that if you want a custom interior with camouflage inserts and carbon fiber parts. This option will cost you an additional €35,000 ($35,932).
Source: Topcar Design