Porsche develops new 911 Turbo Coupe Aerokit

Porsche develops new 911 Turbo Coupe Aerokit

Porsche has developed a special aerokit for the 911 Turbo coupe comprising a front spoiler lip, an entirely new engine cover design with a fixed aerofoil and a revised rear spoiler up back. The front and rear components may only be fitted together.

The kit was developed by engineers at Porsche’s Weissach center in Germany. The goal of the project was to improve the handling characteristics, given an unchanged drag coefficient of 0.31 compared with the production version. The kit is said to reduce lift on both the front and rear axles, ensuring a more stable drive at high speed.

If fitted from the factory, the car’s door sill trim and the rear skirt are painted in body color as well as the aerokit’s add-on parts.

The kit costs €4,500 when ordered at the same time as buying the car or €4,100 off the shelf. If you decide to retrofit the kit extra cost will be required for painting and installation.