DMC, the German tuner specialized in supercars, intervened for the first time on an electric car with a specific aerodynamic kit made for the Porsche Taycan, the new zero-emission sedan of the Stuttgart brand.
The preparers from Dusseldorf have developed a series of external components in carbon fiber ultralight to give the vehicle a GT3-style appearance. The package is available starting from a price of around 5 thousand euros.
The DMC team made use of the use of 3D technology and wind tunnel analysis to create the aerodynamic kit for the Porsche Taycan. During the design, the company used a very high precision scanner and CFD simulations to ensure the best tuning of the rear wing and spoiler.
The package consists of an appendix in the lower area of the front bumper and side skirts that improve the management of air flows on the sides of the Taycan to provide greater stability to the vehicle.
GT3-style rear wing
The most important element is the rear wing mounted on a spoiler in the shape of a duck bill which is also designed to be used individually. The latter, which forms the basis of the large GT3-style wing, is managed by deactivating the original Porsche component via software.
All the parts in question were made of carbon fiber and adapted to the shape of the car to keep the original design of the Porsche electric car as unaltered as possible.
Possibility of internal customization
The customization of the German tuner has also affected the rear logo, now illuminated with LEDs, and the interiors equipped with unprecedented carbon fiber finishes. Also as regards the passenger compartment, the standard upholstery can be replaced with a wide choice of leathers proposed by the company.
The DMC kit for the Porsche Taycan is offered for sale starting from a price of around 5 thousand euros which can reach 21 thousand euros in case of assembly of forged wheels and complete refurbishment of the interior.
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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