Techart’s stripped-out GTstreet R 911 Turbo S

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Techart's stripped-down track monster elevates weight loss to really ridiculous levels.

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Techart GTstreet R Flyweight Porsche 911 Turbo S

You might recall TechArt's confusingly named but surprisingly speedy GTstreet R if you have a good memory. If not, the general idea is as follows: take a 911 Turbo S, give it 789 horsepower, 701 pound-feet of torque, more wings, and a top speed of 217 mph.

Techart gtstreet r flyweight 03 extA front splitter made of carbon fibre and side air fins with integrated canards.

Just so you know, canards are the flicked-up parts you find at the ends of splitters, diffusers, and skirts. They can also occasionally be found attached to the front bumper.

All of it has been supported by Techart in every other way it could think of, including the number it will construct. Even with the normal installation of a roll bar, FIA-homologated harness, and fire extinguisher, there will only be 19 cars overall, and each one will be about 60 kg lighter than the non-Flyweighted GTstreet R.

Techart gtstreet r flyweight 02 extThe forged wheels "feature even smaller spokes and extra weight savings in the hub," saving "2.6 kilogrammes on the front axle and 2.2 kilogrammes on the rear axle.

The "optimised rear shelf with a carbon insert" feels quite significant, as does the new lightweight exhaust, lightweight carpeting, and the absence of rear seats.

A set of lightweight Recaro seats and 3D-printed seat cushions, which are reportedly lighter than regular cushions, have also been paired by Techart.

It can accelerate from a stop to 62 mph in 2.5 seconds, faster than a Bugatti, and from a standing start to 124 mph in under 7.5 seconds.

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Techart GTstreet R Flyweight Porsche 911 Turbo S

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