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Is TechArt's Lime-Yellow Porsche 911 Targa 4 Refreshing or Nauseating?


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The tuning brains at TechArt have pushed out a host of goods for the Porsche 911 Targa 4, but that's not what caught our attention with their demonstrator.

TechArt Gives Porsche Macan S Diesel a Power Boost


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As promised earlier this year, TechArt has released a power kit for the diesel-fueled version of Porsche's new Macan SUV.

Porsche Macan Powered and Styled-Up with TechArt Parts


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After giving Macan owners a first taste of their tuning goods in July, Porsche specialist TechArt has announced a bevy of performance and styling parts for the luxury SUV.

TechArt Releases First Batch of Macan SUV Tuning Parts


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As a tuner of everything wearing the rampant black horse crest from Stuttgart, TechArt couldn't miss out on Porsche's latest and possibly, most popular model, the new Macan. The aftermarket company's first release includes light alloy wheels and interior refinements, which are available immediately, with aerodynamic, suspension and power kits to follow shortly.

KTW's…TechArt Tuned Porsche 911 Carrera S


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While KTW Tuning may have placed a pair of black stripes with the "powered by KTW…Tuning…" wording running above the side sills of the Porsche 911 Carrera S, what you see here was built exclusively with TechArt components.

The TechArt Cayenne, Cayman and 911 of the Frankfurt Auto Show


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Besides the new GrandGT tuning package for the revitalized Porsche Panamera that we told you about earlier today, TechArt also brought along its latest offerings for the Cayenne SUV, Cayman and 911 Carrera 4 models to display at the Frankfurt Messe.

TechArt's New GrandGT Package for Facelifted Porsche Panamera


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It's not only carmakers that are presenting new products at the Frankfurt Motor Show, as a number of tuners, mainly from the local market, are doing the same, including Porsche specialist TechArt that pulled the covers off its new GrandGT package for the freshly facelifted Panamera saloon.

TechArt to Host World Premiere of Porsche Cayman Kit in Frankfurt


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The long list of international debuts at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show will include TechArt's vision of a customized Porsche Cayman. The German tuner has already outlined its program for the sports coupe, but it will show some new additions in Frankfurt including a larger rear spoiler that can be adjusted in two positions and a different set of 21-inch wheels.

Techart's Subtle Updates Bring More Style to the Porsche Cayman Coupe


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It’s safe to say that, the second-generation Porsche Cayman is more stylish and sharp overall compared to its predecessor, but that didn’t stop the folks from Techart to take a shot at making it look even better.

Their aerodynamic kit for the Cayman includes a front apron fitted with a Techart two-part front spoiler, integrated splitter, as well as a redesigned and bigger central air duct, that not only gives the car a more aggressive look but also feeds the engine with more air.

TechArt Kits Out New Porsche Cayenne S with Twin-Turbo'd V8 Diesel


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Continuing its Porsche model offensive, German tuning house TechArt will debut a styling package for the new Porsche Cayenne S Diesel at next month's Geneva motor show, with a performance kit to follow shortly after.

The tuner's design program enhances the exterior of the V8 diesel-powered Porsche SUV with a number of parts, such as a three-part front spoiler with integrated air outlets, side skirts, a roof spoiler, a rear apron with integrated diffuser, and headlamp and taillight trims.

TechArt Gets Personal with New Porsche 911 Carrera 4S


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Well-known Porsche aftermarket specialist TechArt will be heading to next month's 83rd Geneva International Motor Show with a batch of goods for one of the latest additions to the 991-generation 911 family, the all-wheel drive Carrera 4S in coupe and convertible body styles.

TechArt Shows More of its New Porsche Boxster (981) Tuning Program


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After a giving us a first taste of what it is preparing for the new generation of the Porsche Boxster (with the internal codename 981) in September, German aftermarket tuner TechArt released a fresh set of photos and some additional details on its styling and performance program.

"Our aim was to give the Porsche Boxster an even sportier expression with intelligently applied exterior components while simultaneously underlining the elegant look of the vehicle", says TechArt's Managing Director Thomas Behringer.

TechArt Previews Styling and Chassis Upgrades for New Porsche Boxster


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About a month after the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas at the end of October, Europe will host its own aftermarket and tuning show in Essen, Germany, and it is at this event that Porsche tuning specialist TechArt will perform the world premiere of a new package for the third generation Boxster roadster (codenamed 981).

TechArt Promises a Power Boost at the Touch of a Button for Porsche Panamera Diesel


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If it's added power that Porsche Panamera Diesel owners want, then TechArt has a solution with the release of a new performance kit named "TA 070/D1" that includes a software optimization for the 3.0-liter V6 oil-burner.

With the reprogrammed ECU, output is bumped from 247hp (250PS) to 276hp (280PS), with maximum torque climbing from 550Nm (406 lb-ft) to 600Nm (442 lb-ft).

Techart Launches a Collection of Rear Spoilers for New Porsche 911


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For as long as Porsche has been producing its acclaimed 911 series, aftermarket tuners have tried to spruce up the sports car's appearance and at times improve its aerodynamic properties as well, with specially crafted parts.

Techart Debuts Styling Upgrades for 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera and Carrera S in Geneva


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The 82nd Geneva International Auto Show welcomed the world premiere of German tuning firm Techart's first batch of styling goods for the new 2012 Porsche 911 series, which is also known by its codename '991'.

For a more individual look on the outside, Techart offers several parts including a two-piece front spoiler, aero-wings integrated into the front air inlets, side skirts, a rear apron that houses a diffuser and a racecar-like rear wing.

Techart Turns its Tuning Focus on the New 2012 Porsche 911


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Even with only a couple of months under its belt, the tuning industry has already warmed up to the new 991-series 2012 Porsche 911, with the most recent round of enhancements coming from Techart.

The renowned German tuning house has presented some subtle styling bits for both the 911 Carrera and Carrera S.

Techart Porsche 911 Turbo goes from 0 to 100km/h in 2.8 Seconds


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There's fast and then there's Techart fast. The German aftermarket company that has made a name for itself in the crowded world of Porsche tuners has presented a new and more potent performance package for the current 911 Turbo [997 series].

The TA 097/T3 conversion kit for the 997 Turbo involves the installation of a sport air filter, new manifolds, the TECHART Turbo chargers VTG, high performance intercoolers as well as the an ECU upgrade and engine styling package in carbon-fibre.

2011 IAA: Techart's Fresh Take on the New Porsche Cayenne


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Next month's 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany will stage the world premiere of Techart's second batch of styling and performance modifications for the new generation of the Cayenne.

Following the introduction of the excessive Cayenne Magnum in Geneva earlier this year, the renowned Porsche tuning firm has developed a more subtle design suite named Aerodynamic Kit I as well as new performance kit for the Turbo version called TA 058/T2.

The Most Affordable Techart Porsche Ever: New Collector’s Edition GTStreet Scale Model


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When it comes to tuning Porsche models, Techart is one of the most renowned aftermarket specialists in Germany. This time, however, the tuning firm has something far smaller but also, far more affordable in store for us. We are talking about Techart’s new Porsche 911 Turbo-based GTStreet collector’s edition die cast model. Available only in 1:43 scale, production of the miniature Porsche is limited to just 300 units with pricing set at €59.90 (including 19% VAT in Germany) or about US$89.