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TechArt outfits a Porsche 911 Targa 4 police car for styling road safety

World-renowned Porsche tuning expert TechArt has unveiled its latest project car based on the 911 Targa 4. As you can see, it’s a police car, but you won’t see it flagging down motorists anytime soon. On the contrary, TechArt created this 911 police car for the 2022 Tune it! Safe! Campaign of the German Federal Ministry of Transport.

Working with partners like the German Association of Automotive Tuners and Hankook, TechArt aims to promote safe and responsible tuning with its latest creation. Of course, the blue, yellow, and white police livery stands out. But unlike other police cars, this Porsche 911 is wearing a subdued yet highly aerodynamic body kit.

The front spoiler, side skirts, rear spoiler, and wind diffuser are wind-tunnel tested to route the wind in utmost efficiency. It also gets bespoke TechArt lowering springs to lower the ride height by 1.57-inches. It wears black TechArt Formula

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1992 Porsche 964 Turbo Was Recently Imported From Japan

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This modern classic Porsche 964 is a low-mileage gem.

Porsche’s 964 model brought everything great about the 911 into the future with improved aerodynamics, increased performance and better handling. This Porsche being offered on PCarMarket started off as a well cared for 1992 Porsche 964 Turbo Coupe.

When it premiered a year earlier, the 964 Turbo featured wide bodywork, tea tray spoiler, and revised 3.3-liter turbocharged flat six cylinder that was familiar to the 930. Only 863 of these were made to RoW-spec’ed examples. It spent it’s life in Japan before being importune to the United States in July of 2020 and has recently been serviced.

This Amethyst Metallic Porsche can be spotted as out of the normal U.S. spec’ed cars by the German side marker lights, wide rear license plate cutout, and clear from lenses in place of rubber bumpers. It

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Pininfarina’s Classic Race Car Simulator Costs More Than Porsche Taycan Turbo

Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic Simulator (2)

Pushing the limits of a six-figure supercar safely (and legally) requires a dedicated track day, hours of practice, and a stacked bank account to fund inevitable repairs. With all that in mind, this exorbitantly priced Pininfarina racing sim actually makes sense. 

Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic Simulator (3)

Car Buzz spotted the Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic on RM Sotheby’s, where it’s estimated to fetch as much as $164,000. The automotive outlet points out that you could have a $150,900 Porsche Taycan Turbo EV for less, but the obvious benefit of a racing rig is that users can hone their skills at speed without worrying about ruining an expensive ride. 

Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic Simulator (1)

And as far as simulators go, the Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic is extremely unique in that it’s geared to replicate the experience of

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Slant Nose Widebody Porsche 997 Is Absolutely Wicked

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This beastly beauty resides in Tokyo, Japan.

If you aren’t familiar with the automotive culture of Japan, you might be surprised to see a Porsche 911 roaming the busy streets of Tokyo. Even more shocking is the level of customization oftentimes poured into such cars. Even among Japanese automotive masterpieces, this slant nose, widebody Porsche 997 is really something else.

Slant Nose Widebody Porsche 997 Is Absolutely Wicked

Slant Nose Widebody Porsche 997 Is Absolutely Wicked

According to Ben Hartnett, the master behind the camera of the video below, this Porsche 911 is owned by Mun Luck, an enthusiast who lives in Gunma, Japan. The guy is involved in quite a few different car projects, including Tofugarage, a private members club in Germany with ties to Rocket Bunny.

This car wears an Old and New Japan Porsche 997 Slant Nose Conversion kit, something VAD Design out of England

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