Published on October 5th, 2021 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Techart GT Street R Porsche 992 Delivers 950Nm Of Torque
Techart is the perfect partner for anyone serious about modifying their Porsche
Some time in the early part of 2016, Techart introduced an Aerokit for the already quick Porsche GT3 RS. There was no engine upgrade package. Then in July the same year an engine powerkit was launched for the 911 Turbo S provides a power gain of 60hp which makes a total of 640hp and 880Nm (stock: 580hp, 750Nm).
With the new powerkit for the 911 Carrera S, 480hp and 580Nm are at the driver’s command (stock: 420hp, 500Nm).
This is the company’s latest GT Street R based on the 992-generation Porsche 911 Turbo (and S), which delivers a maximum 800hp and 950Nm of torque when fitted with the more powerful powerkit TA092/T2.1 and with the slightly milder the TA092/T1.1 powerkit that comes with the Techtronic management it gets a total output power to 710hp and a maximum torque of 900Nm.
With this newly gained muscle, this modded 911 will reach a top speed of 350km/h.
Using the Techart powerkit TA092/T2.1, this drop top Porsche will reach 100km/h from standstill in just 2.5 seconds and with the milder kit it will reach 100km/h from standstill in 2.6 seconds which is difference of just 0.1 seconds which you will not be able to feel when behind the steering wheel.
Now the company has launched the convertible version of the GT Street R, and it packs all of the performance of its coupe sibling. The Techart GTstreet R vows to deliver real aerodynamic benefits rather than just a more aggressive design.
Bigger air intakes provide improved airflow to the intercoolers, while the hood and wing are made from carbon fiber to shave off weight. The chunky wheel arch extensions might suggest added fat, but the tuner has swapped out the original fenders in favor of a lighter set.
The interior of the vehicle features a handcrafted sports steering wheel and a combination of high-quality Alcantara, leather, heritage fabrics as well as carbon fibre packages.
Techart plans to build just 87 examples of this special 992 in total, including both the coupe and convertible body styles. The number ‘87’ marks Techart’s founding in the year 1987.
These 992 upgrades do not come with a low asking price as the upgrade kit costs from €73,000 which is about RM354,000 before the purchase price of the Porsche is added on.
For buyers who miss out, an even more extreme GT Street RS is likely brewing.