D he GT Street RS is already a tradition at Tuner Techart. At the Geneva Motor Show 2019, the tuner is now presenting its latest version based on the 991 generation Porsche 911 Turbo S. Only ten copies of the new Techart GT Street RS are to be manufactured.
A lot of visible carbon
One of the most striking features of the new GT Street RS is undoubtedly the new Forged Design carbon fiber body kit Made of carbon fibers in an irregularly arranged structure. The front apron with carbon front spoiler and active front spoiler lip is designed to optimize the flow of air to the water and oil cooler through additional air inlets and a central air outlet. The integrated front lights are framed by carbon fiber airframes. Flaps positioned on the side provide additional contact pressure and at the same time have a positive effect on the drag coefficient. The lightweight front hood in carbon fiber is unique with every GT Street RS with a consecutive edition number coated in it. It has characteristic NACA air inlets through which additional cooling air is supplied to the braking system. Lightweight carbon fenders accommodate wheel arch ventilation with integrated carbon fins. The carbon side skirts continue the line of the GTstreet RS at the side and connect the wheel arch extensions on the front and rear axles. For maximum charge air cooling, air inlets made of carbon fiber are mounted on the rear side sections of the 'GT Street RS'.
An intake air scoop on the trunk lid and larger air outlet ducts on the rear apron serve both to improve the air supply to the engine and more effective air flow through the charge air cooler . The active rear spoiler and the additional winglets on the main body create more pressure on the rear axle. In the performance setting, the rear spoiler extends and is adjusted by 15 degrees. The rear diffuser at the rear rounds off the aerodynamic concept of the GT Street RS. For additional weight savings, the rear and rear side windows are made of highly stable thin-film glass.
Especially for the premiere in Geneva, the GT Street RS is also getting a special variant of the forged 20-inch Formula IV Race central locking wheels. Aero rings in Forged Design carbon fiber protect the brake system from stone chips and reduce air turbulence on the wheels. The GT Street RS establishes contact with the road via tires measuring 265/35 at the front and 325/30 at the rear.
With 770 hp to 360 km /h
Of course, the athlete offers also plenty of power. Equipped with new turbochargers andAdapted peripherals increase the output of the 3.8 liter six-cylinder boxer engine to 770 hp. The maximum torque climbs to 920 Newton meters. For the presentation in Geneva, the driving performance is provisionally given as 2.5 seconds for the acceleration from 0 to 100 km /h (0-200 km /h: 8.1 s). The maximum speed is said to be around 360 km /h, but is limited to 340 km /h with regard to the tires. The Boxer can exhale through a titanium exhaust system with flap control.
For the chassis, Techart offers several options, right up to the coilover kit with PDCC connection or the retrofittable Noselift system.
The interior relies on Alcantara and contrasting stitching on almost all surfaces. There are also sports bucket seats with six-point belts, a sports steering wheel, sports pedals, door sills, a roll bar and loops on the doors. GT Street RS logos can be found on various components. There is also a bag set for the car with the serial number of the car.
The tuner has not yet announced prices for the new Techart GGT Street RS.