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.
What did is that lime-yellow exterior color – how can you miss it, really…
It doesn’t appear on Porsche’s configurator and since it doesn’t look like a foil wrap given as it’s featured on the door and fender interior surfaces, we have to assume it’s from Porsche’s Exclusive arm that offers plenty of individual color choices.
I find it meh on the outside and blah on the inside; you can share your feeling in the comments (with words or pictures…).
Back to TechArt, the Germans have developed a styling kit made from a lightweight fibre composite of carbon and polyurethane RIM that includes a front spoiler with an integrated splitter, rear spoiler and diffuser, a grille piece, mirror caps, headlamp trims, and side skirts.
There are two alloy wheel options in 20- and 21-inch sizes, offered in stock or various individual colors.
For the cabin, choices include customized leather surfaces, a three-spoke sports steering wheel with or without paddle shifters, aluminum pedals and gear knob, carbon fiber trim accents and modified instrument panel gauges.
A new Noselift System that gives an additional 45mm of ground clearance (approx. 65 mm at front splitter) at the touch of a button and at speeds of up to 60km/h (37 mph), together with a valve-controlled sports exhaust system, round out TechArt’s offerings.