With the Porsche 911 rendering TechArt released the other day, the German tuning company has now announced a new power kit for the 997 models. From the factory the Porsche 911 produces 500 PS, so TechArt decided to add two TA 097/T3 turbochargers to boost that figure even further. Final output comes out to around 700 PS and 880 newton meters of torque. Quite impressive for the Porsche 911 3.8-liter boxer powerplant.
Fox Marketing has announced a brand new tuning kit for the 2012 Honda Civic Si Coupe that is said to be in the range of 500 horsepower. It will feature a turbocharged engine, upgraded chassis to handle all this power, and several exterior styling mods. While the factory Honda Civic Si will produce 201 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque, this kit from Fox Marketing will definitely keep the younger generation who tune these cars interested. Check out the gallery after the jump to get a sneak preview of what the completed Honda Civic Si will look like, and stay tuned for more Honda Civic tuning projects.
Check out this video of the Mansory Siracusa on the floor of the Frankfurt auto show. Thanks to our friends at WorldCarFans, we get a close up look of the supercar with a brand new body kit and power upgrades. The Ferrari 458 Italia is massively tuned and questions whether the whole kit is overkill or not. Judge for yourself, and if you are interested in the exact specifications, then take a peek at the previous Mansory Siracusa article.
TechArt has announced a new customization package that carries a unique taste for the 2012 Porsche 911. The picture above is just a rendering for now, but shows hints of major modifications to the front bumper and hood. While we await for the new body panels to be released, we do know the Porsche 911 kit will feature TechArt Sterling Silver Formula III forged alloy wheels measuring 20 and 21-inches.
In a partnership with McChip-DKR, the German tuners at Kubatech have released a new performance kit to boost the Mercedes SLS AMG. The upgrade consists of an ECU optimization to improve the naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V8 engine. Out of all the tuning companies releasing upgrades for the SLS AMG, we have to say this one is the most modest.