Porsche Aerokit for 911 Turbo and Turbo S – pictures and details

Distinctive aerodynamic kit boosts aggression of Porsche’s flagship 911s

Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S buyers can now specify an aerodynamic package for their cars through the Porsche Exclusive personalisation scheme.

Designed for both aerodynamic purposes and to enhance the styling of the two turbocharged 911s, the Aerokit Turbo kit includes a front spoiler panel, and a completely redesigned rear engine lid featuring a retractable rear wing and adjustable elements.

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Porsche tested the kit thoroughly at its Development Centre in Weissach. The result is an increase in downforce at 186mph by 17kg to 26kg in the Speed setting, and by 18kg to 150kg at the same speed in the Performance mode.

The kit can be ordered in either body colour or high-gloss black, with the standard side skirts and rear apron painted to match the buyer’s aerokit choice. If the black option is chosen, air intake fins on the rear lid are painted to match.

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Buyers can specify the kit as a retrofit, or order it when they buy a new 911 Turbo or Turbo S. The latter costs €5355 while retrofitting will cost buyers €4879, excluding paint finish and labour costs.



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