First ‘991’ Stinger GTR In The US Poses For Pics

TopCar’s Stinger GTR isn’t just one of the fastest and most visually aggressive 911s money can buy, it’s also quite a rare sighting in the United States.

This particular car was put together by Boost Logic in Texas, TopCar’s official US dealer. The engine output has been raised to 750 HP, and there’s a new custom sport exhaust system to go with the ‘Lamborghini Ballon White’ color.

The 21″ glossy black wheels are built by ADV.1 and obviously go well together with the car’s black-on-white color theme.

Normally, the Stinger GTR kit will up the power on your 911 Turbo S by about 60 HP and a further 130 Nm (95 lb-ft) of torque, which means that this thing is even quicker than your average Stinger, not to mention any and all other 911s.

In terms of looks, it’s the first of its kind that’s predominantly white, which is a change from the usual dark tone we’ve seen on all the other versions.

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