Renowned Porsche tuner Switzer has finished building a complete package for the previous-gen 997 Porsche 911 Turbo, boosting engine performance and visual impact.
Starting with the engine, Switzer has applied its own set of custom turbochargers to the 3.8-litre flat-six engine, as well as new intercoolers, a flexi-fuel injection system, and a freer flowing stainless steel exhaust.
As a result, the Turbo no longer produces the standard 368kW. Nope, it now produces a mind-blowing 671kW of power and 1083Nm of torque.
Accelerating from 100km/h to 210km/h is done and dusted in under 5.0 seconds, while the quarter mile is set to come up in around 9.0 seconds at 240km/h.
In other areas, the tuning program has included some body styling tweaks with a lot of black details, including the front lip spoiler, rear wing, and a set of 19-inch HRE 597 R wheels. Some H&R lowered springs ensure the perfect stance and aero efficiency.