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Porsche 911 Turbo S Gets Wildin With 822 HP Courtesy Of Manhart – HotCars

by Nov 6, 2022Blog0 comments

Manhart gives us an adrenaline-packed Halloween treat with a souped-up bright orange Porsche 911 Turbo S, called the TR 800.
Manhart has been churning out some pretty wild modified cars recently. And their latest involves a 2022 Porsche 911 Turbo S, and is called the TR 800. This Manhart-ed Porsche gets a wild and bright visual makeover with an orange shade contrasted with custom carbon-fiber body panels all around, courtesy of TopCar Design.
While their over-the-top decal treatment is still a hit and a miss, the German-based tuner still ends up creating cool-looking versions of cars that we never thought would look so "sporty". And the best part is that Manhart pack in extra muscle to turn heads. Cleverly, the TR 800 doesn't get the questionable decal set. Instead, it gets a more "sportier" set.
And with 800+ hp on tap, the performance upgrade is much more than just a chin-up job. Manhart has added in angrier turbos, bigger intercooler, and a throatier exhaust to spice things up. The interior also vibes with the same bright orange-black layout and looks kinda cool. The basic layout and technology features remains untouched though.
Manhart hasn't disclosed on the pricing and availability of the Porsche 911 Turbo S-based TR 800, but that can be answered with a simple mail to the cool guys at Wuppertal, Germany. Manhart has been pulling out interesting creations out of its magic hat, recently. Their latest creation based on the 2023 BMW M2 was a good try to turn "ugly" into "desirable".
They even tried at making EVs look cooler with the Manhart-spec Tesla Model 3. But, just like all tuners, Manhart is also emotional about iconic engines bidding adieu. They expressed it with their version of a desirable Mercedes-AMG C63 pumping out 712 hp.
Manhart gives us an adrenaline-packed Halloween treat with a souped-up bright orange Porsche 911 Turbo S, called the TR 800.
The Porsche 911 Turbo S in its stock form churns out 641 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque from its famed 3.8-Liter boxer engine. Manhart have given this Porsche a wholesome upgrade by bumping things up to 822 hp and 712 lb-ft of torque.
This is made possible with a new set of turbochargers and an upgraded intercooler. Manhart has also given the 911 Turbo S a new lighter stainless steel exhaust system which is complemented by a remapped ECU.
All of these come together to provide for a notable bump of 180 hp which is sure to bring a wider grin on the driver's face. Manhart has also tweaked the eight-speed PDK gearbox to cope with the Turbo S's new-found thrills, and send power more vehemently to all four wheels.
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The added performance sure needs a more aggressive driving dynamics for the Manhart-tuned Porsche to put its best foot forward. And that's why it gets H&R lowering springs that reduce the ride height by 1.2 inches. This difference in ride height is sure to bring a notable change in driving dynamics, especially when it comes to high-speed stability and fast cornering.
Talking of speeds, the stock 2022 Porsche 911 Turbo S does 0-60 mph in as low as 2.6 seconds (with the Sport Chrono Package) and has a top speed of 205 mph. While Manhart has not detailed out on how their mods have affected these numbers, we are sure that the bright orange Turbo S can easily shave of 1/10th of a second in the 0-62 mph run time.
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Manhart has always had a visual pattern with its creations, and a unique gold-and-black paint-job with decals has been this tuner's trademark. But things are very different with this Porsche here.
Apart from the uber-cool bright orange paint job, Manhart has draped the 911 Turbo S with a TopCar carbon fiber body kit. This kit makes the 911 more menacing and includes custom bits like the front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler.
The various vents across the German sports car also get the carbon treatment on bits like the mirror caps, front frames, side air intakes, rear air ducts, and even the engine air vents. All the carbon weave looks drool-worthy with the bright orange backdrop, and we dig it!
Manhart has also added in a decal set which includes black stripes on the bonnet and sides and a "Manhart" windshield decal. Complementing the sportier-looking Manhart-treated 911 Turbo S are sexy-looking 21- and 22-inch forged wheels finished in satin black and flaunting orange accents.
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The least modified part of the Manhart TR 800 is its interior. Most of the elements and technology features are unchanged from the stock 2022 Porsche 911 Turbo S. But Manhart has given it a cool visual makeover with a two-tone leather treatment that syncs right with the exterior color palette. The dashboard is all-black but gets a popping contrasting orange stitching. "Manhart" has been embroidered onto custom floor mats as well as the seats.
Source: Manhart Performance
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