This Porsche 911 Turbo S Has a Brown Carbon Fiber Bodykit Worth Over $113K USD

Carbon fiber is the go-to material to make a car look lightweight and sportier, but what if just a touch of carbon isn’t enough? For those who like excess, look no further than TopCar‘s 992 Stinger GTR Carbon Edition — a brown-centric carbon-clad makeover of the 992-generation Porsche 911 Turbo S.

Every single panel has been recrafted by the Russian tuning firm in a special brown carbon fiber weave, costing €100,000 EUR before extras (or roughly $113,000 USD). Only the lights and glass of the original car remain standard, as everything down to the wheels have also been changed, which are now TopCar’s own forged rims that are also finished in brown, sitting atop brown brake calipers.

Elsewhere, TopCar adds a Kline Innovation exhaust system, while the interior is now reworked in brown and black leather alongside a whole host of carbon fiber elements. Interestingly, the Turbo S has not had its performance improved, but that’s no bad thing as the car produces 650 HP and can hit 60 MPH in 2.6 seconds.

Just 13 examples of the 992 Stinger GTR Carbon Edition will be built, and all of them can be customized to the customer’s preferences. Take a closer look at the TopCar rework above, and find out more online.

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