TopCar’s latest Stinger GTR project is a 991.2 Turbo S painted Frozen Grey with yellow accents and carbon fiber elements.
This specific shade of matte grey is actually taken from BMW’s palette, while the 21-inch wheels bear the mark of ADV.1. The Stinger GTR kit, which is what makes this 911 look more aggressive, is comprised of custom bumpers and fenders (front and rear), a custom diffuser and wing out back, plus carbon fiber pretty much all over the car.
Usually, a Stinger GTR also comes with upgraded brakes, an upgraded exhaust system and additional horsepower squeezed from the 911 Turbo S’ flat-six unit. In this case, we’re dealing with 750 HP.
Since this is a customer car, the interior was modified to precise specifications and the result is quite interesting. The cabin features a two-tone aesthetic, mixed in with yellow instrument dials, carbon fiber inserts across the dashboard, center console, door panels and steering wheel, and yellow contrast stitching.
As far as modded Porsche 911 Turbos go, this one is as aggressive as they come. We suppose that covering the entire exterior in carbon fiber would have made it look more menacing, but going for a two-tone effect works too, as long as you’re a fan of the Stinger GTR body kit, that is.