The boys over at Vorsteiner have just released some new photos and specs on their newest creation, the Porsche 911 Turbo VRT. The VRT is largely an aerodynamics package that promises lighter weight and enhanced down force. Made entirely from carbon fiber composite, the kit includes a carbon fiber roof, redesigned front bumper with new carbon fiber chin spoiler and larger air duct openings. Out back there is also a new rear bumper, rear deck lid and a massive composite wing. Wheels are forged 1-piece monoblock aluminum units with either a traditional five-lug or center lock configuration.
There’s no doubt that this is one trick kit, but truth be told the car still doesn’t look as good as Porsche’s own 2011 GT3 RS, a car that’s better suited to the track from both a performance and a visual standpoint. As of yet pricing has not been announced on the Vorsteiner VRT kit, but rest assured that it will be expensive.