A 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S has been given a serious tuning upgrade.
The first photos of Champion Motorsport's latest tuning project have surfaced online, giving us some idea of how they perceive a road-legal Porsche 911 RSR should look like. In terms of what's going on under the hood, Champion Motorsport has been very busy making some serious modifications to a 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S, which they have used as a base car. The result is that output of the car is now rated at 575hp and 625lb-ft of torque.
A pair of 68mm VTG turbochargers has been fitted, as has a factory RSR undertray, straight-thru exhaust, suspension arms, and RSR sway bar setup. Carbon-fiber RSR bodywork and numerous carbon-fiber components transform the car visually, while $15,000 was spent on a four-way adjustable Ohlins coilover kit and $30,000 on a trio of exclusive Champion Motorsport magnesium alloys. All in the cost of this project is $399,900.