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speedART Refines the Porsche 911 Turbo

The tuners at speedART have just launched the BTR II 580, which is based on the Porsche 911 Turbo (997) 3.8-liter with PDK gearbox. As expected, the car underwent serious upgrades both in styling and performance, with pricing for the full kit going up to 21,630 euros. Taken separately, the BTR II 580 power kit costs 9,890 euros, while the body kit retails for 5,100 euros and the wheels go for 6,640 euros.

According to speedART, the power increase of 80 hp and 120 Nm of torque was achieved by adding a modified motronic, a sport exhaust with 200 cell sport cats and big single race-tail-pipes. Moreover, the sport exhaust is also available with sound control switch.

The upgrades mean the BTR II 580 is now able to develop 580 hp and 720 Nm of torque. Thanks to Porsche's PDK transmission, the BTR II sprints from 0-100 km/h in 3.2 seconds and has a top speed of 325 km/h (202 mph).

The body kit consists of an optimized front chin spoiler for more downforce and better brake cooling, side skirts, rear diffuser, roof top spoiler and a rear spoiler wing. The BTR body kit is painted in a bi-color version with additional side stickers.

The visual and physical connection to road is given by the forged and weight reduced modular twin spoke wheels type „LSC FORGED (Light Spoke Competition)" in 8,5" and 12 x 20" with 245/30 and 325/25 ZR20" available in many different colors (for the rim and center star). Moreover, sportive and adjustable sport suspension comes in many different variations from type "street sport" up to or "race sport" including PASM function.

Inside, the car comes with several modifications such as a sport steering wheel for all models and with F1 shift paddles for PDK, sport seats with carbon shell in leather, alcantara or special design variations, special leather or alcantara applications, as well as carbon interior parts in various colors.


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