Porsche 911 Targa Slips Into TopCar’s Stinger GTR Body Kit

You’d think that people who tend to buy a Porsche 911 Targa would generally prefer to keep them mostly stock, seen as how this version of the 911 is kind of a throwback to the original Targa.

Well, here’s at least one exception, as this particular 911 Targa was converted into something slightly more aggressive thanks to TopCar’s Stinger GTR body kit. As you can see, the changes are quite noticeable.

Compared to, say, a 911 Turbo (or any other fixed-roof 911), this Targa version seems to blend in with the Stinger GTR kit a little bit more seamlessly, probably because there’s no huge rear wing.

As for all the parts that went into making this Targa a little more special, those would be the custom bumpers and fenders (front and rear), diffuser, side skirts, bonnet and badges, most of those being carbon fiber.

We also spot what appears to be the Russian tuner’s upgraded exhaust system. In all likelihood, the interior will also be updated, while there’s no word on any mods on the engine.

Overall, this looks like an interesting build for those who’d like to make their Targa look more hardcore than the stock item. Is it better looking, though? Well, that’s up for discussion.

  • tbonesteak33

    I normally don’t like these aftermarket 911 kits, but this one looks pretty cool.

    • Six_Tymes

      I agree. just looking at the images makes me think it must look amazing in person, I don’t get that feeling from many others.

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