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The Porsche 911 GT3 from the 992-generation doesn't really require improvement.
We described it as being so addicting that, around 45 seconds after exiting, you want to immediately jump back in.
Yet the already track-ready 911 will soon receive what German tuner Techart characterises as a "carbon fibre aerokit and clubsport modifications."
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The front lip, sills, and diffuser in the lower part of the car are made of carbon, while the bonnet, front wings, and louvres are made of carbon.
There are many weaved pieces, thus.
Additionally, the enormous endplates on the huge swan-neck rear-wing have been significantly increased.
The rear lightbar has attractive glass Techart lettering.
The German company will also provide a stainless steel sports exhaust system in addition to lightweight 20-inch front and 21-inch rear forged wheels.
However, it is unknown how much weight was overall saved.
To make toll booths your worst enemy, the interior may be equipped with FIA-homologated six-point harnesses. Techart claims it will retrim interior components in Alcantara, leather, or "motorsport-inspired historical materials.
Order books are already open, and delivery this year begin in October.
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