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Most powerful TechArt ever, the GTStreet RS. Image by TechArt.

Most powerful TechArt ever, the GTStreet RS
TechArt to reveal hardcore Porsche 911 GT2 RS variant at Frankfurt.
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TechArt, a German tuner, has been turning out reworked Porsches for over a quarter of a century and at the Frankfurt Motor Show it is set to unveil the most powerful model ever to leave its Leonberg workshop. Based on the already physics-bending Porsche 911 GT2 RS the new TechArt GTStreet RS is for those who think the ultimate iteration of the 911 is just too tame.

Peak outputs have been upped to 710bhp and 663lb.ft of torque, meaning that the GTStreet can go from 0 to 62mph in just 3.3 seconds before hitting its top speed of 218mph - some 13mph more than the car on which it is based.

To cope with the aerodynamic pressures of driving at the mad side of 200mph the bodywork has been extensively reworked. The GTStreet wear a lower front apron complete with carbon splitter, a new rear spoiler, carbon fibre diffuser and additional air ducts to feed much needed air to the brakes and intercooler. To allow the car to be used as a daily driver rather than just a track day toy TechArt has also fitted a Noselift hydraulic system that gives the car an extra 10mm road clearance once activated.

Paul Healy - 12 Sep 2011

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