Manhart boosted the Porsche 911 Turbo to 670 hp which practically corresponds to the GT2 RSOctober 18, 2018
German tuning studio Manhart presented a new project, which is a forced coupe Porsche 911 Turbo, now developing up to 670 horsepower.
Manhart went out of his comfort zone for tuning BMW, Audi and Mercedes cars, and presented his latest project, the Porsche 911 Turbo. In the standard equipment, the car was equipped with a 3.8-liter V6 turbo engine, capable of developing up to 540 horsepower and 710 Nm of torque. Acceleration to 100 km/h takes only three seconds.
Tuners have developed and installed their own electronic engine control unit, and also installed a new stainless steel exhaust system. Thanks to the modifications the car is capable of developing up to 670 horsepower and 870 Nm of torque. Performance is only 20 and 120 Nm less torque than the last 911 GT2 RS. Unfortunately, Manhart has not yet reported changes in overclocking dynamics. It is expected that the acceleration to 100 km/h will take about 3 seconds, which is 0.1 second slower than the GT2 RS.
Of course, it was not without design improvements. Now the sports car boasts a black body with gold accents in the design. In addition, the car has received a new spoiler and suspension lowered by 30 mm. The highlight of the design steel branded alloy wheels in black.
Meanwhile, the electric Porsche Taycan is showing on the production line. Taycan is expected to be available by the end of next year.