TopCar puts the Porsche 911 Turbo through GT3 RS design paces, comes out with 750 hp image

The aftermarket specialist has decided the 911 Turbo is a great basis of turning it into a GT3 RS mirror design, but with their input the clone has surpassed in terms of power the original.

Debuting for the first time in front of the worldwide audience of the Moscow International Motor Show in Russia, tuning shop TopCar introduced its most comprehensive Porsche project to date – called the 911 (991) Stinger GTR Gen.2, it comes to life on the basis of a 911 Turbo. The idea was to mimic the GT3 RS feel but with some unique twists, hence the wide array of modifications involved. There are new front and rear bumpers, new side skirts, lots of added carbon fiber elements, a carbon fiber hood – as well as RS-styled carbon fiber ducts, or the not so subtle carbon fiber rear wing.


And it’s not only about the design segment, because this complicated project also enhanced a level or two the high performance credentials. The heart and soul now breaths through 750 horsepower (559 kilowatts), a good jump from the stock 580 horsepower (432 kilowatts) stable of the regular 911 Turbo. There’s also a new exhaust and a set of beefier brakes, as well as ultra-light ADV.1 wheels, but no pricing info – anyways don’t expect it to come cheap.