It might be the most prolific sports car ever and one of the best driver’s cars on the planet, but the Porsche 911 is also a bit restrained and not as flashy as some of its rivals, like the Audi R8 or the McLaren 570GT. That’s what TopCar wants to change with its Stinger GTR Carbon Edition.
The Russian tuner clearly went all out with this build, dipping both the front and rear fascia, as well as the side skirts, bonnet, mirror covers, wing, vents and shoulder line, in carbon fiber.
The same lightweight material can also be found inside on the steering wheel, the dashboard, the back of the seats and the door panels.
Yet, when it comes to the cabin, what stands out the most are the gold elements – and we’re talking real gold. It’s on the gear lever, paddle shifters, door handles, electric seat buttons, air vents and some switches.
It’s probably the most extravagant Porsche 911 interior we have ever seen, although it probably won’t be to everyone’s liking, since Porsche purists generally prefer a no-nonsense approach to their 911s.