Extreme Tuned Porsche 911 Rendered

Porsche 911 Hurricane Rendering 5 photos
Photo: Mahren Thebian via Deviantart
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The stock 2013 Porsche 911 looks fantastic already, but designer Mahren Thebian took it to another level of awesomeness with his Hurricane tuning kit concept shown in the adjacent renderings.
Exaggerated or not, the Porsche 911 Hurricane was created by Mahren as a tribute to the model’s 50th anniversary. Its exterior was completely modified having three very wide front air vents, a redesigned rear bumper with air diffuser as well as massive flared wheel arches and side skirts.

Racing oriented, it also has a front air splitter and side winglets as well as a wide fixed rear spoiler, complemented by BBS-style concave rims at the back and convex at the front of the car.

Even if the concept looks a bit cartoonish, we think it would be fun to see such a kit on a real Porsche 911. It would really stand out, even parked near the crazy-shaped Lamborghini Veneno.
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