The German aftermarket specialists at SpeedART have recently revealed their latest creation, an upgrade package for the new generation of the Porsche 911 (991).
According to SpeedART, the new upgrade package for the Porsche 911 is made out of an aerodynamic body kit, a power boost, some cabin modifications and a new suspension system. The most significant changes on the new 911 are being offered on its exterior design, which is now coming with a front apron, a fresh set of side skirts, a new rear bumper with integrated air diffuser, four exhaust pipes, 21-inch rims in matte grey and a sport suspension which is changing both the vehicle’s handling and the its overall design.
In the cabin, the new Porsche 911 has been fitted with leather and Alcantara, with “diamond” stitches and a weird color combination of black and green. The door panels and roof of the 991’s cabin have also been “wrapped” in leather in the same colors. Under the hood, the new generation of the Porsche 911 is still being offered with the standard engine, but thanks to a reprogrammed ECU and a sports exhaust system, the model is now coming with an extra 25 horsepower and 20 Nm of torque. There is no official word on the SpeedART’s package pricing just yet.