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TechArt Turbo Convertible

TechArt Turbo Convertible

Source: TechArt | Published: November 19, 2007

What is created through passionate precision and with the love of detail emphasizes the respect towards an inimitable automobile. Dynamic driving through performance and optimum aerodynamics becomes an experience of the highest art with the TechArt Turbo Convertible on the basis of the new Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible. TechArt Automobildesign merges technology and art to produce a complete work.

Functionality and aesthetics are two inseparable components at TechArt Automobildesign. The 3.6 liter Boxer engine is modified in many details at TechArt. Two special turbo chargers, carbon suction pipes and made to measure intercoolers contribute equally to TechArt performance enhancement as the sport air filter and the stainless steel exhaust system with special manifolds and high performance catalytic converters. All modifications are perfectly coordinated using the newly programmed engine management.

Following the individualization, up to 630 bhp and a maximum torque of 605 lb-ft are available. From 0 62 mph in less than 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 214 mph, combined with fascinating contours that any enthusiast will immediately notice. The power transmission to all four wheels takes place via a modified six gear manual transmission with TechArt switch path reduction and additional gear oil cooling. Therefore, the Convertible refined by TechArt is among the fastest super sports cars in the world.

These driving performances place the highest demands in the aerodynamically optimized exterior design. In the wind channel, TechArt developed car body components that lend the TechArt Turbo Convertible not only an unmistakable look, but also equally the best possible aerodynamics.

Within this framework, customers can choose between two versions.

The elegant front spoiler of the Aerokit I merges seamlessly with the forms of the bumper and conveys already at first glance pure sportiness. Aerodynamic lateral sills emphasize the stretched side line and lend the flank of the automobile the typical TechArt dynamism. The lowered rear diffuser with additional, lateral air outlets and the entirely redesigned wing profile of the extendable rear spoiler complete the inimitable exterior.

The same applies to the TechArt Aerokit II. The clearly sporty appearance with clear references to the TechArt classic sports car GTstreet cannot be overlooked. Independent Aerokit II front and rear aprons perfect direction of the air masses for an improved inflow of the brakes and the intercooler. At the same time, the buoyant force on the front axle is reduced in connection with the rear spoiler II, while the down force on the rear axle is enhanced additionally.

The electronically adjustable PASM shock absorption system in the new TechArt Turbo Convertible is further equipped with the TechArt VarioPlus threaded chassis. This frame not only permits the option of an individually adjustable lowering by up to an inch, but also the selection of shock absorber settings between “normal” and “sport” at the push of a button in the cockpit. But while driving, one is not restricted to these pre-settings. When driving in a sporting fashion, suspension in both levels automatically gets tighter. This achieves the optimum symbiosis between excellent comfort in normal driving and agile, direct handling when driving fast into the curve.

One of the great arts of TechArt Automobildesign is not only in the name of the refiner – the individual design work turns the full circle of the performance portfolio and mirrors the philosophy of the company. The finest and highest quality leather hides, the extraordinary attention in the creation and processing of the desired interior and the craftsmanship of the TechArt upholstery shop, matured over years, provide customers with the car created specifically for them with the certain nuance of their personal style.

2007 Porsche TechArt 911 Turbo GTstreet
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