Ostentatious or admirable, bare or painted, sportscar bodies made entirely out of carbon fibre is the best way to keep the overall weight low without loosing on structural strength. That said, bare carbon fibre weaves gleaming under the sun is a more sinister force than even Darth Vader. Bare carbon fibre cars are quite rare, and rightly so, or else things could quickly turn ostentatious. There’s just one such Ferrari Enzo in the world, probably that’s why Tuners TopCar want to put their Porsche 911 Stinger GTR in more people’s hands.
This 300,000 Euro plus Porsche 911 Stinger GTR body kit is in its second iteration. TopCar makes these kits for the Porsche 911 Turbo / Turbo, and also the Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet. With these kits, TopCar has created a technique to combine the carbon fibre to the metal car base in such a way that the highest structural strength is retained.
Above is a particular Porsche 911 Stinger GTR V.2 was built for a client at the company’s base in Marabell, Spain and consists of front rear bumpers, front fenders, RS air ducts, hood, side skirts, door pads, super-wide spliced rear fenders, rear spoiler and more made carbon fibre.