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CEC Wheels has long been an authorized distributor of high-end TechArt products for various Porsche models, but it appears that’s no longer the case.
They are currently liquidating their TechArt inventory at deeply discounted prices – so now would be a great time to snag some TechArt goods if you’ve been in the market for some.They stated that effective immediately they are no longer affiliated with TechArt and will be replacing their Porsche tuning programs with a new company shortly. Regardless, give CEC a call at 800-766-0064 to see what genuine TechArt products they have left for your Porsche.
Techart’s latest GTStreet based on the Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the most powerful car to ever leave their facilities, cranking out 710-hp and 664 lb-ft of torque. Techart then backs up its great performance figures with an aggressive styling kit packing plenty of carbon fiber. The power increase comes from Techart’s TA 907/T2.2 power kit, giving the GT2 RS a 0-62 mph time in just 3.3 seconds and a top speed close to 219-mph.
For the outside, the front bumper now features a carbon fiber splitter with an adjustable splitter constructed from polyurethane-RIM for additional downforce. The rear spoiler is made entirely of carbon fiber while the rear apron now sports a carbon fiber diffuser. Techart also has its Noselift System available for the GT2 RS allowing owners to adjust the height of their Porsche by about 0.4-inches at the push of a button. And of course a huge collection of Techart wheels are at your disposal with 20×8.5-inch in the front and 20×12-inch in the rear recommended by Techart.
No pricing was announced by Techart on their GTStreet program for the 2012 911 GT2 RS.
TechArt has finally officially unveiled its new styling package for the third generation Porsche Cayenne, with no real surprises. The front chin spoiler has been designed in true TechArt fashion while the LED lighting enhancements and halogen headlights are almost standard issue with any other TechArt styling package. The rear roof spoiler, rear apron and diffuser adds sportiness to the entire SUV while TechArt’s exhaust system is sure to give the Cayenne a whole new rumble.
For wheel options, TechArt is offering their Formula, Formula II or Formula III wheels with sizing varying from 20- to 23-inch depending on the model. Performance upgrades have already been established from TechArt for the new Cayenne, with the Turbo model getting a boost up to 560-hp through a TA 058/T1 kit.
TechArt is also offering interior upgrades to the Cayenne with complete leather interior packages and in-car-entertainment options of integrated screens in the headrests and an elegant center console with a spacious bar and storage compartment in Alcantara.
It might not be terribly original, but it certainly looks impressive.
GALLERY: TechArt Porsche Cayenne
TechArt has revealed their tuning kit for the new-generation Porsche Cayenne Diesel, increasing horsepower output from 240-hp to 280-hp. The power increase comes courtesy from their Techtronic power kit line, (part number TA 058/D1) which is essentially an intelligent engine management system that puts power boost at the push of a button. In addition to the Techtronic power kit, TechArt offers a sport exhuast system for the Cayenne Diesel.
Torque is increased from 405 lb-ft to to 457 lb-ft helping give the Cayenne Diesel’s 0-62 mph time to 7.2 seconds and a new top speed of 145-mph. As with all Techtronic units, this TechArt tuning program is backed by a warranty on engine and transmission.
No pricing was announced for the tuning package.
GALLERY: TechArt Porsche Cayenne Diesel