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What shade of brown do you want your Porsche 911 Turbo S to be?

Car colours are divisive enough at the best of times, but we're worried that this one will send the Internet into an 8-bit frenzy.

TopCar, a Russian tuner, created this.
It's a Porsche 911 Turbo S that's been modified, but the powertrain has been left totally stock.
The body is what's new, as you may have observed.
Every single panel has been replaced with carbon fibre, with the owner of this particular vehicle requesting a gorgeous chocolate-colored weave for €125,000 (about £104,000).

When you consider that you'd need around £160,000 to buy a conventional 911 Turbo S in the first place, you can see how costly TopCar's 'Stinger GTR Limited Carbon Edition' is.

Only the lighting units and the glasshouse appear to be standard in the carbon panel set, which appears to have 84 separate parts.
Isn't that wing quite striking as well?
But not brown; it loses a point for that.

Only 13 of the so-called GTRs will be produced, and this one comes with a loud Kline exhaust.
New (brown) center-lock wheels are now available, which serve to highlight the brilliantly-brown brake callipers.

There's new leather upholstery (part of it brown) and plenty of carbon fibre on the inside as well (not brown, boo).


What are your thoughts, folks?

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