Pictures of the powerful Techart GTstreet R Porsche 911 appeared on the web

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The journalists published photos of the Techart GTstreet R Porsche 911 coupe. The novelty will receive many changes in the exterior, compared to the usual Porsche 911, as well as more power.

The Porsche 911 Turbo S is a car with excellent dynamic performance, but Techart engineers want to further improve the Turbo S. In 2016, the tuner unveiled the GTstreet R, a 711-horsepower version of the model with many visual updates and performance improvements. This car will have a successor as a new series of spy shots captured a slightly disguised test car parked on the streets of Stuttgart, Germany, showing off its aggressive exterior to the world.

The car has camouflage on the rear panel and front hood, where most of the changes are hidden.

The coupe has a new front bumper with improved aerodynamics thanks to a new design and new carbon fiber elements. The hood is also different from what was installed on previous versions of the car – it received large air intakes, like the GT3 model. This will help reduce front lift at high speeds. These changes are limited to the wider front fenders, which also have their aggressive air vents.

The rear will get a more aggressive bumper located above a new diffuser with a pair of massive center outlet tailpipes. The biggest change at the rear, however, is the active carbon fiber spoiler. The wide wing will help further improve downforce. The redesigned 911 also features new Formula VI Race wheels, with aerodynamic carbon fiber rims. The interior of this test car has not been changed, although the final version of the novelty will most likely contain elements from Techart. The previous GTstreet R featured sports seats and a host of interior trim upgrades.

The Techart GTstreet R engine is expected to deliver 710 horsepower and 900 Nm of torque. Techart has scheduled its debut in the coming weeks.

Not so danvo, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Porsche Macan EV electric crossover will enter the car market in 2023. The co-platform Porsche Taycan will have nothing to do with the petrol Macan. Even in terms of design, the novelty will be closer to the Taycan style. Only in terms of dynamic characteristics, the student surpassed the teacher.