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2021 Porsche 911 (992) Targa Widebody By Ares Design

An extra 60 horsepower and a carbon fiber aero kit completely transform the look of the 911 Targa

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When you hear words "Ares Design" the first cars coming to your mind should be the S1 or the Panther ProgettoUno. The company even had a project based on the old Porsche 911 964 announced earlier in 2021. Now, it is focusing its attention on the new generation 911 Targa and has transformed it into the car that it should have been from the start.

What’s different on the Porsche 992 Targa Widebody By Ares Design?

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The kit is actually a one-off project developed in cooperation with Modenese Centro Stile. The package starts with a new carbon fiber aero kit that will increase the car’s width by 8 cm (3.1 inches) at the front and 4 cm (1.5 inches) at the rear. This way the 911 Targa has a more powerful stance.

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The updated exterior also comes with a completely refurbished interior. In true Ares Design spirit, the interior is offering the highest quality leather, incorporating new decors. You will notice the Ares Design logo embroidered into the headrests and on the steering wheel.

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A few changes were also made to the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged flat-six engine, and when combined with a new sports exhaust system, Ares Design was able to squeeze an extra 60 horsepower.

So, instead of the usual 443 horsepower, the Ares Design Targa now delivers a total of 503 horsepower.

No other numbers were announced, but for sure the sprint from 0 to 60 mph will be made in less than the standard 3.6 seconds.

Alina Moore
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