This Techart Porsche has close to $300k invested into it and both aesthetics and power were focused on in this build. Starting with a new 2007 Porsche Turbo the car was converted to a TechArt GT Street by CEC in California before finally making its way to Florida where its currently located.
The TechArt GT Street package added an insane $130k on top of the base price of the Porsche Turbo and adds a couple of unique features that most kits lack like a motorized front apron with a retractable the front splitter. The front fenders also add 10mm to the width allowing for wider wheels and giving the car a more aggressive look. If you look closely you’ll notice the rear air ducts have been substantially widened to help channel air towards the engine.
A set of staggered of TechArt wheels are used and a front and rear Brembo BBK setup with red calipers help reign in all the additional power. The TechArt VarioPlus coilover suspension allows the front nose too be raised while going up driveways and speed bumps and the button for this feature has been integrated into a CF panel in the interior which is a nice oem like touch.
The engine has been modified with a EVT775 signature turbo kit from Evolution Motorsports. The $23k upgrade pushes power to 773hp with their high flow turbochargers, headers and clubsport ECU calibration. Torque is also improved to a crazy 769 lb-ft when using 93 oct pump gas and even more if race fuel is used.
The interior is just as nice as the exterior with a ton of CF pieces from MACarbon and a few small touches from TechArt like their pedals and floor mats. Although I love Carbon Fiber I think the interior is a little overdone with the expensive composite.