911 Turbo S gets carbon fibre overload!

Russian tuner TopCar gives the Porsche a wild new look – and more power…
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April 04, 2017
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Last year, Russian tuner TopCar showed us the shell of a 911 Turbo S that they had totally reskinned in carbon fibre. That eventually turned into the Stinger GTR and it looked pretty good and now, here’s version 2.0 and it’ll blow you away. This 911 Turbo S doesn’t just get a whole lot of carbon fibre – its performance has been elevated by a considerable amount too.

Apart for the roof and parts of the door, everything is made out of carbon fibre. These guys sure have gone one step further than other tuners who usually just make a few components from the magical weave and best of all they have left it unpainted so you can see the extensive changes up close. You can buy the 17 piece set and then put it together yourself (if you’re brave enough to try…) and TopCar charges Dh145,000 for it (the GT3-RS-style front fenders are separate and cost Dh16,000…) and the tuner also adds a custom exhaust system from Capristo and forged five-spoke, 21in alloys from ADV.1. They also spruced up the interior giving it new leather with white trim and a new steering wheel.

Bury the Porsches throttle and 650 horses will pin you back to your seat (the regular Turbo S has 573 horses…) and if you like what you see you better act fast; the Russian tuner is offering a limited run of just three of these carbon edition sportscars.