As the French gendarmes prepare to boast with an Alpine A110 squadron, we are aiming for a cut above the other side of the Rhine.
A Porsche 911 Targa for the German police – A racing car within the intervention brigade of the German security forces, it’s already seen. Corn a Targa variant of the 911, this is a first. We explain the reason for this astonishing approach.
Road safety initiative
This isa unique copy who, unfortunately, could well end the career she did not start in a museum, failing to tread the Autobahn. At the initiative of this project, we find theGerman Association of Automobile Preparers (VDAT), launched in 2005 under the leadership of the Ministry of Transport (BMVI), with the aim of fight against illegal tuning preparations, the consequences of which can prove to be dangerous in the field of road safety. This is why the VDAT has joined forces with the TechArt preparer to promote good tuning practices, at the last Essen fair in Germany, which took place from November 26 to December 5. Their slogan: “Tunez! Safe ! “.
To play policeman
In addition to the “Polizei” livery combining the colors blue, fluorescent yellow and silver with reflective stickers, this unique Porsche is adorned with a rotating beacon mounted on the arch, as well as a set of LEDs housed on the carbon fiber hood. The car is also equipped with a aerodynamic kit, available for purchase from TechArt, and black Formula V spoke rims. Conversely, nothing new is to report under the hood. We find the twin-turbo flat-6 of 3.0 l which develops 380 hp and 450 Nm of torque. The German wizard mainly took care of the running gear via a sport spring kit, thus lowering the body height by 40 mm.
Large chess board on board
The interior of this 911 of the police force claims a sports steering wheel in perforated checkered leather, developed by TechArt. We find this same type of skin on the armrests, the door trims, the center console and the rear seat, while a lights and sirens control panel is invited on the central console. A very good achievement that would almost make you want to be intercepted during a trip to the other side of the Rhine.
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