Topcar offers carbon fiber body for the Porsche 911 Turbo, costs an arm and leg image

The tuning aftermarket scene has its noobs and has its professionals – such as the guys over at Topcar that seek to top out the Porsche 911 Turbo/Turbo S carbon tidbits by offering the entire body in the lightweight material.

Zuffenhausen’s supercar is from the get go one mean machine but Russian tuner Topcar has decided to take this to a whole new level – especially since we’re talking about real carbon fiber, vacuum formed, and not Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP). The company has the widebody kit called Stinger GTR in an evolutionary mode, and comes in a set of 30 pieces instead of the regular 24 units. There are only rumors surrounding the price for now, but since we’re talking about a completely new development, we’re pretty sure it’s going to be way above the original 24-piece kit of the Stinger GTR that would set back prospective owners about 40,000 euros.

And by the way, even if there’s only a reasonable price increase from the predecessor, the package might still reach the price of a regular Boxster (which is around 52,000 dollars). By the way, the tuner has its own United States dealers and the package installation is handled in two ways – the regular development at a tuner’s partners or the bespoke edition where the Topcar staff will travel at the client’s location and perform the necessary change on the spot. And with the expenses covered by the client, we’re wondering if the tools of the trade are made of carbon fiber too…