TechArt Presents A Very Special GTstreet R At Manila Auto Show


The TechArt GTstreet R is one of the most outlandish Porsche 911-based models out there and thanks to a collaboration with a Filipino artist, the tuner has unveiled an especially unique example.

The GTstreet R in question is currently on display at the Manila Auto Salon and features an exterior with artwork from multi-media artist Ronald Ventura. While all of the exterior body panels are identical to a standard GTstreet R, many of them now feature eye-catching black graphics.

This is particularly obvious along the sides where a black pattern stretches up and along the doors but is most obvious with the hood. Ventura has painted an incredible portrait of a tiger’s face complete with bright yellow eyes to match the rest of the car’s exterior.

TechArt hasn’t said if this GTstreet R is owned by Ventura or another enthusiast who lives in the Philippines. Whatever the case may be, it would be a very good idea for the owner to have a clear protective film applied across the hood to ensure it doesn’t deteriorate if left outside.

Read: New TechArt GTstreet R Is A Porsche 992 Turbo-Based Monster With 789 HP

TechArt’s GTstreet R is based around the Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S models and features a new front splitter, redesigned hood, front fender louvers, a carbon fiber rear wing, a redesigned rear bumper, and a carbon fiber diffuser.

The German tuner also went to town on the powertrain of the Porsche, equipping the 3.8-liter flat-six with new turbochargers and upgraded software so it now delivers up to 789 hp and 701 lb-ft (950 Nm) of torque. A version with 700 hp and 664 lb-ft (900 Nm) of torque is also available.

The interior of a 911 that goes through the complete GTstreet R transformation is also heavily upgraded with new leather and interior parts.

Just 87 examples of the 992-based GTstree tR are bound for the production line with prices for the upgrades starting at €73,000 ($75,974).


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