Few people would look at a Porsche 911 Turbo S and think that it needed more power. This is precisely the modification a Miami-based tuner gave it.
1016 Industries has unveiled its Turbo S
Taking into account that "Porsche fanatics are among the most detailed car collectors in the world," 1016 Industries has unveiled its Turbo S, which is based on a 992 but has been modified with an aerodynamics-focused approach.
Naturally, stated pieces are constructed of carbon fibre, which can be forged or traditionally woven and produced with a "unique" satin or gloss surface.
Of course, at an additional expense.
Also, these are components designed in the style of the 992 GT3. According to 1016, these new components will give the 992 a "lighter, more durable baseline, enabling for even more outstanding handling and performance."
A new front aero lip, side intake, and bonnet are all part of the new kit, which also includes 'designed wing tips,' side skirts, a new rear wing, and a rear diffuser.
Both can be bought alone or in full packages, including with the car. The '992 Turbo S by 9Design' in its entirety starts at $200k, while the individual parts are $54,065 without fitting.
The 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine in the 992 Turbo hasn't been modified, which is somewhat sensible given that it produces 641 horsepower, a whopping 590 lb-ft of torque, and the ability to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph right out of the box. If you're using outdated measurements, it would be "2.7s." Will reach a top speed of 205 mph, which is sufficient.
This is a $200k modified Porsche 911 Turbo S with carbon fibre aero
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