The Norwegians showed a carbon body kit for the electric car Porsche TaycanNovember 11, 2020
The Norwegian studio Zyrus Engineering has announced its body kit for the Porsche Taycan electric car.
A package of 14 parts was developed by order of one of the owners of the Taycan, but the tuning company decided to replicate it for 12.9 thousand euros ($ 15,200). The designers of the atelier have created a bodykit that can be installed on standard attachment points.
The kit consists of a front splitter, side skirts, air duct trim, a spoiler for the luggage compartment lid and an insert simulating a diffuser in the rear bumper. At the same time, the elements can be matte, glossy or painted in a shade of the customer’s choice. The show Taycan also features OZ Racing HyperGT HLT wheels, which are not part of the upgrade kit.
Zyrus Engineering plans to produce a set of elements independently, since the studio has all the necessary equipment for the production of carbon parts. It is worth mentioning that separately the cost of the rear spoiler is 1,700 euros (2,000 dollars).
In addition, it was recently noted that the Mercedes-AMG GT supercar took the Nurburgring record from the Porsche Panamera. It should be emphasized that this car is equipped with a 630-horsepower (900 Nm) V8 4.0 liter engine.
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