Porsche did, in fact, unveil the new 997 line-up, but there are people out there who still drive the old Carrera Convertible models and TechArt had them in mind when designing their new program.

The TechArt program for the 997 Cabriolet includes: components made of PU-RIM, a front lip spoiler, head lamp trim, side skirts, rear diffuser, a range of three rear wings, interior enhancements, sport exhaust, and adjustable sport suspension.

The output for the engine has been raised to 400 hp and was made possible thanks to new metal air filters, a sport clutch, and a short shift kit. The 997 Cabrio also gets a sport brake system, spring kit, sport chassis "vario", and the new 20" TechArt’s Formula wheels.

The interior gets airbag sport steering wheels and leather work.


What do you think?
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  (507) posted on 08.3.2010

I hope this is a case of not being able to pick up sarcasm because of its written form but in fairness I like the interior.

  (460) posted on 03.29.2010

Trust me, it’s a lovely work out for your car. Most people (including me) to make an impressive car appearance.

  (461) posted on 03.28.2010

My God I hope this is a case of not being able to pick up sarcasm because of its written form!

  (341) posted on 03.28.2010

Welll, new Porsche or old Porsche, people will still love them and I think that it’s great that TechArt is giving out more options for the enthusiasts such as the customization accessories and some performance upgrades.

  (780) posted on 03.26.2010

It seems to me that there are no ending in customizing a porsche car. Out of the box performance and looks are not enough for a true car enthusiast.

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