Swiss tuning company, Sportec, is bringing their latest program for the all-new Porsche 911, specifically the Carrera and Carrera S models, to the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

While devoid of any aerodynamic enhancements, the tuning company went balls to the wall with a performance upgrade and a new sports suspension system. For the former, Sportec upgraded the engine’s electronics while also putting in new sports catalysts, bumping up the 911’s 3.8-liter flat six engine from the standard 400 horsepower to 420 horsepower. This results in an increased 0-60 mph time of 4.7 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph.

The new sports suspension system Sportec has added lowers the sports car’s ride height by 25 mm, highlighting the new set of 20" aluminum Mono/7 wheels.

The entire program is still far from a finished product as Sportec will use the time after Geneva to add a lighter sports exhaust, further improving the performance numbers of the Porsche 911. On top of that, Sportech will also add new aerodynamic enhancements on both the exterior and interior of the sports car.

  • 2012 Porsche 911 SP 370 by Sportec
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    3.8 L
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    4.7 sec.
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    155 mph
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  (600) posted on 05.29.2012

A lot has liked this even more because of Sportec’s improvised applications.

  (532) posted on 03.14.2012

I don’t like this version. The top speed is only minimal.

  (526) posted on 03.9.2012

The way I’m seeing the SP 370, it gained a little respect from speed enthusiasts because of the amount of improvements they put on their cars.

  (467) posted on 03.8.2012

Although Sportec has done an excellent job upgrading its force and speed, it’s still not good enough. Other tuning companies have done better. Maybe if they have empowered aerodynamics, this would be more efficient.

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