Porsche will soon be launching a new 911 GT3 RS, but the 911 GT3 is still a machine that deserves the attention of Porsche enthusiasts and fans alike. Techart, the German tuning company that modifies all types of Porsche vehicles, has a new aerodynamic package for sports cars and relies heavily on carbon fiber. There are other improvements worth talking about too, but let’s see what’s included in the new body kit first.
Techart says the aero package is inspired by motorsport and consists of components such as a front spoiler lip and spoiler trim, front fenders (15 mm wider than standard fenders), wheel arch extenders, side skirts and lower rear apron panels. All of these parts are made of carbon fiber and replace the respective factory components without the need for drilling.
Perhaps the most notable addition is the new carbon rear spoiler with the Techart lettering integrated into the structure. It has a distinctive design with a larger wingtip plate that extends in the driving direction. Although it looks aggressive, according to Techart, the wings do not affect the aerodynamic balance of the production vehicle.
Another upgrade to the 911 GT3 – either in standard form or with the Touring package – comes in the form of a new stainless steel exhaust system. There is a valve in the pipe controlled via a button, which opens the “sound festival” when activated. The tuning company also says that the new pipe linings further underline the sporty character of the 911 GT3.
If you’re going to take your 911 GT3 to the track, Techart can offer you even more safety with its FIA homologous interior. This includes roll bars calculated and manufactured according to FIA regulations, which are available in matt black or paint-ready. There are also six-point seat belts that are sold in black, red, green, or yellow depending on customer preferences. Last but not least, there is a choice of new seats and a Techart sports steering wheel.