It's safe to assume anyone modifying their 911 to the state of tune offered by the guys at Germany's TechArt could be considered a serious performance enthusiast, so why would such individuals want to modify the softer cabrio model. There is, it would seem, a group of individuals who desire the feel of the wind through their hair at speeds beyond 300km/h and no car would better suit them than the latest 630hp Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio from TechArt.

In developing the car, engineers first set about improving the powertrain by installing two new turbochargers, carbon suction pipes, and made to measure intercoolers. Then they add a stainless steel exhaust system with special manifolds and high performance catalytic converters as well as a high-flow sports air filter. The power transmission to all four wheels takes place via a modified six gear manual transmission with new oil coolers.

Following the individualization, up to 630hp (463kW) and a maximum torque of 820Nm are available. The 0–100km/h sprint takes less than 3.5 seconds and top speed is rated at 345km/h.

To ensure stability at high speeds, engineers developed a brand new aerokit with unique bumpers and an integrated diffuser at the rear as well as an extendable rear spoiler.