I first saw a Techart treatment on a 1982 911 SC (I think I’ve actually had it in one of my Tempting Porsche installments). The owner had applied a 1997 993 Turbo S factory OEM steel body conversion to the car and it looked amazing. Just like a late 90’s 911 Turbo. As it turns out, that was one of the more subtle kits from Techart, although they do run the gambit of body kits for Porsches.
Since 1987, Techart has had a burning passion to turn extraordinary cars like the 911 into unique creations. Based in Leonberg, Germany, they are a recognized vehicle manufacturer and individualize Porsche aerodynamics and exterior design, automotive engineering and interior refinements. They have “programs” available across the entire model line of Porsche.
Something I noticed right off the bat when visiting their site is that Techart has some great treatments for the Boxster and Cayman. A couple of models less focused on by many tuners. The Boxster pictured above looks pretty sweet. I’d drive that any day of the week. Here’s a couple of pictures of a Cayman treatment:
This particular Cayman has a widebody kit applied along with rear spoiler, 20″ Formula GTS wheel set, sport chasis and sport exhaust system. It completely changes the look of the car and gives it more of a Carrera GT look. I also really like the interior treatment, and especially the yellow gauge faces.
The interesting thing about Techart, and one of the things I love about their site, is you can get a feel for all of the minor changes they have to offer that can provide some great subtle updates or enhancements to any car. They offer a number of in-your-face “programs”, but I get the sense that a lot of what they provide are enhancements the average person would enjoy. From updating an older 911 to enhancing the modern look of a Boxster or Cayman, they have something for everyone.
Here’s a sample of one of their 911 Turbo programs…