Techart GTstreet R Convertible | National Class


This summer, Techart introduced the impressive GTstreet R with a comprehensive package to upgrade the latest generation Porsche 911 in the Turbo or Turbo S specification.

The car got carbon fiber body elements and a soft roof that is powered by an electric motor. Aerodynamic changes are functional and do not only have an aesthetic role. Larger intake manifolds improve airflow to the intercooler, and the wing at the rear end is made of carbon to save weight. The elements that extend the fenders completely change the factory components and are lighter than them.

Although based on the Turbo, the convertible looks more like the 911 GT2, which Porsche will probably never present in the roofless version. In addition to the aforementioned 800hp, the engine also produces 950Nm of maximum torque. The maximum speed is a large 350km / h.

The list of changes includes a new exhaust system with two stainless steel pipes and manual welds, equipped with a system of controlled valves for changing the sound in motion. The Techart lowers the convertible by 25mm compared to the Turbo / Turbo S thanks to stiffer springs, with the option of installing a fully adjustable suspension which is under development.

There are also new 20- and 21-inch wheels with a centrally located screw with or without carbon airbags and in a one-color or two-color finish. The cabin can be enriched with alcantara, leather, carbon surfaces or some other upholstery of the customer’s choice.

The complete package of these changes costs 73,000 EUR, which in Germany is more than the complete Porsche 718 Boxster S. As in the case of the coupe, the production of the convertible is limited to 87 units.

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