The pieces are constructed from high-quality polyurethane and have been developed using extensive wind-tunnel testing. The new front spoiler not only gives the 911 a slightly more aggressive look, it also reduces buoyant forces on the front axle and ensures optimal air flow to the brakes.
A roof spoiler and a three-way adjustable rear wing allow owners to customize the level of downforce applied on the rear axle to suit different driving tastes and performance needs. There are also a number of different wing styles, including a fully-active unit with an integrated back pressure air channel and additional adjustable gurney flaps.
Other details include decorative carbon-fiber trim for the side mirrors, a chrome finish for the headlights, lightweight wheels, and a custom sports exhaust system with a dual-oval muffler design.
Techart plans to present its new kit plus several other in-progress pieces for the facelifted Porsche 911 at the Essen Motor Show on the 28th of next month.