Known Porsche tuning extraordinaire, TechArt, has prepared a tuning package for the new generation Porsche 911 that accentuates the vehicle’s individualization potential. Their individualization package includes changes for both the exterior and interior, but the future engine modifications are what will tickle everyone’s fancy once they are revealed at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

For now, the exterior package includes a full carbon fiber body kit and a new set of 20- or 21-inch five-spoke TechArt Formula light alloy wheels. The wheels are combined with large spaces between the spokes that revitalize the look of the car, show off the body color matching calipers, and offer effective heat dispersal. These wheels also create a 15% weight loss for the 911, reducing the rotating and unsprung mass and increasing the driving dynamics. There is also a new set of polished stainless steel sport tailpipes with either a dual oval tube or a round tube.

For the interior, the tuner is offering full leather trim with a decorative stitching in any custom color or in a sporty diamond design. There is also sport steering wheel variations with TECHART paddle shifters and plenty of carbon fiber insertions.

Stay tuned as more details will be revealed at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show!

UPDATE 02/27/2012: With Geneva set to open its doors in a week’s time, TechArt has officially taken the wraps off of their new program for the 2012 Porsche 911. The program fits right in the Carrera and Carrera S models and comes with plenty of aerodynamic parts, including a two-part front spoiler with an integrated splitter that fits perfectly into the ergonomics of the 911. The kit also has two aero wings that are integrated into the front air inlet vents, a fixed rear spoiler with a trailing edge, an integrated third brake light, a new rear diffuser, new side skirts, side mirror panels, trim panels for the front headlights, and a new set of either 20" or 21" TechArt Formula five-spoke light alloy wheels.

As far as the Geneva-bound show car is concerned, TechArt opted to show the 911 with a modified interior dressed in black leather and Alcantara with matching matte-painted interior components in racing yellow and black to go with a carbon fiber trim.

UPDATE 03/07/2012: We have added a new set of live images from the car’s official debut in Geneva. Find them in the picture gallery!


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  (415) posted on 06.28.2012

The power of the 911 merely comes from its engine and with the help of TechArt, it is more powerful and pleasing to look at.

  (429) posted on 05.18.2012

Somehow with TechArt’s tuning, its features seem soft.

  (474) posted on 05.15.2012

Well, TechArt’s individualization package worked on me. Somehow, Porsche 911 looked a little less from its original appearance.

  (428) posted on 03.29.2012

I think this has become more adorable to look at. The tiny hint of the original’s aggressiveness has disappeared.

  (532) posted on 03.14.2012

The weight loss will be a good contribution to its speed. I thought TechArt is only concerned with its look; surprisingly, they did a good job on tuning its mechanical specifications too.

  (467) posted on 03.8.2012

The Porsche 911 looks subtly aggressive. With TechArt’s Individualization Package, they have turned its image even tamer.

  (296) posted on 03.7.2012

This Porsche has always been obnoxious looking to me. The Individualization Package by TechArt sort of made it mellow and its unattractiveness has been concealed.

  (517) posted on 03.5.2012

Surely, every other car has it but the brilliance of this car’s head lamps creates a different impact on me. It makes its already vivid color outstanding. I also admire the dynamics this car has.

  (473) posted on 02.29.2012

The new Porsche by TechArt is one of the great Porsche I have ever seen. The program they have used is loaded with different aerodynamic parts like spoilers and splitters.

  (594) posted on 02.28.2012

The body kit is superb, and this package by TechArt amazed me a lot. The total carbon-fiber body with 20-21” on five spoke alloy wheels were impressive that this looks much better with the other Porsche 911.

  (427) posted on 12.19.2011

The new set of tailpipes of this Porsche 911 is looks so cunning on it! However, I think they should use more outstanding body paint to emphasize the beauty that this vehicle has.

  (577) posted on 12.16.2011

Yeah! Moreover, I also find it cute on its front headlight! smiley Anyway, I hope that it would still have a powerful and very efficient engine that would surely give a nice speed performance on it.

  (410) posted on 12.15.2011

It still looks good in spite of having only a simple design and style. Moreover, I’m as yet impressed on its cute headlight, and I would truly hope that it could have a very efficient engine which is suited on it.

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