Porsche 911 Turbo S ‘Dark Knight’

Jun 21, 2017

Category: Rides

It’s very hard to make a Porsche 911 Turbo S a more desirable vehicle. But that doesn’t stop people from trying. Very few, however, are successful. Well, the folks at Poland-based Auto-Dynamics can count themselves among those lucky few, because their ‘Dark Knight’ is nothing shy of spectacular.

Befittingly draped in almost all black with just a few yellow highlights, the matte-finished carbon “Turbo Aerokit” exterior hides a flat-6 engine capable of 690 horsepower. Which it achieves thanks to GMG Racing manifolds, a TechArt exhaust, and intake parts from IPD. It also features upgrades such as a Stinger rear diffuser, Moshammer moveable rear spoiler, centerlock wheels, and much much more. So, maybe this is more of a Bruce Wayne vehicle than a Batmobile; but it is no less one of the most impressive aftermarket takes on a Porsche 911 we’ve ever seen. For prices and more information, contact Auto-Dynamics directly.

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