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Porsche Introduces High Performance 'Aerokit' with 911 Turbo Models

Porsche Introduces High Performance 'Aerokit' with 911 Turbo Models

Snapshot: While buying the Porsche 911 Turbo models at any authorized company dealership, the kit can be ordered at an extra price of around Rs. 4.29 Lakhs.

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Porsche has introduced a special performance package 'Aerokit' for its 911 Turbo models, which would be available all across the glove at the Porsche Exclusive centres. While buying the 911 Turbo models at any authorized company dealership, the kit can be ordered at an extra price of around Rs. 4.29 Lakhs. Aerokit retrofitting will also be offered by Porsche Tequipment through participating authorized Porsche dealers at an additional payment of Rs. 4 Lakhs.

This performance package includes a new, distinctive front spoiler and a completely redesigned rear deck lid that has a fixed rear spoiler with side winglets while maintaining the automatically adjusting rear wing. The expressive front spoiler with side fins and the striking rear fascia add even more character and sportiness to the car's traditional 911 Turbo silhouette. The aerodynamic components of the "Aerokit Turbo" generate even more downforce at the front and rear axles, which increase driving stability, particularly at high speeds. For instance, the total downforce generated by the 911 Turbo adaptive aerodynamics at 300kmph on the track was increased by 16.7 kgs, to 26 kgs, in the Speed setting, and by 18 kgs, to 150 kgs, in the Performance setting.

Customers can order one of two versions of the "Aerokit Turbo" – in the car's body color or in high-gloss black. In addition to the Aerokit add-ons, the standard side skirts and rear fascia are also painted. In the black version, the air intake cover on the rear lid is also painted black to match the retractable rear wing.  All provisions of the vehicle warranty remain in force in the case of retrofitting of the genuine Porsche Tequipment component at an authorized Porsche dealer. he “Aerokit Turbo” underwent extensive wind tunnel testing and test drives on the test circuit at the Porsche Development Center in Weissach, Germany. The key goal in its development was to improve driving dynamics by further increasing downforce, while preserving the same coefficient of drag as the standard equipment.

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