Porsche 911 Stinger GTR Carbon

Apr 10, 2017

Category: Rides

Of all the cars out there, it seems that the Porsche 911 would be among the last to really need a tuneup. But that hasn’t stopped Russian tuning shop TopCar from completely redoing the vehicle’s body and renaming it the 911 Stinger GTR Carbon.

Because everything looks better in carbon, the TopCar team completely dumped the original body of this 2016 Porsche 911 Turbo S and replaced with a fully carbon kit. From the front grille to the rear spoiler, every part of this car’s kit has been replaced with a super lightweight material. That, of course, isn’t all. As if this featherweight vehicle needed more muscle, the team of Russian automotive engineers behind this project also made sure to fit the vehicle with an engine that drives an impressive 650 horsepower to the rear wheels. For some finishing touches, a set of forged alloy rims were installed, and the interior re-fitted for a more custom look. [H/T: Highsnobiety]

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