Techart's latest GTStreet based on the Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the most powerful car to ever leave their facilities, cranking out 710-hp and 664 lb-ft of torque. Techart then backs up its great performance figures with an aggressive styling kit packing plenty of carbon fiber. The power increase comes from Techart's TA 907/T2.2 power kit, giving the GT2 RS a 0-62 mph time in just 3.3 seconds and a top speed close to 219-mph.
For the outside, the front bumper now features a carbon fiber splitter with an adjustable splitter constructed from polyurethane-RIM for additional downforce. The rear spoiler is made entirely of carbon fiber while the rear apron now sports a carbon fiber diffuser. Techart also has its Noselift System available for the GT2 RS allowing owners to adjust the height of their Porsche by about 0.4-inches at the push of a button. And of course a huge collection of Techart wheels are at your disposal with 20×8.5-inch in the front and 20×12-inch in the rear recommended by Techart.
No pricing was announced by Techart on their GTStreet program for the 2012 911 GT2 RS.
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