This Porsche 991 Carrera S is a darling. It comes with a red exterior, accentuating the unmistakable 911 lines rather perfectly, joined by some exterior visual modifications. The vehicle is adorned with a set of Vorsteiner V-FF 101 Flow Forged wheels, perfecting the aggressive looks and adding a lightweight aftermarket setup in the process. The wheels are part of the newly revamped Flow Forged lineup. They exert a contemporary design language that is combined with low weight and perfect fitment.
These wheels are sized 19×8.5 in the front and 19×11 in the rear respectively. A highly popular Carbon Graphite finish was chosen for this project. Thanks to perfect fitment and the car being lowered by the tuning company the Porsche 991 Carrera S now looks aggressive and showcases a perfect stance alltogether.
Overall, this is a routine build by our friends from LNC Orange County. We have no doubt that the owner is quite happy with the end result. The added Pirelli P Zero tires ensure plenty of handling performance, giving the owner the option to fully utilize the performance aspect of the Carrera S as well.
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In February 2006, Porsche revealed the first generation of the 997 GT3 model. The vehicle was an evolutionary step for the GT3 as a track car turned road car. It gave the owners a decent bump in performance, afforded better handling and introduced a revised style overall. The Porsche 911 GT3 of the 997 generation featured a brand-new 415 PS (305 kW) 3.6 litre flat-six engine. It gave the 911 GT3 impressive performance, allowing the vehicle to sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in as low as 4.1 seconds, together with a top speed of 193 miles per hour (311 km/h).
Road and Track Magazine was able to achieve a 0-60 mph run in just 3.8 seconds. Porsche’s official test-driver Walter Röhrl completed the Nürburgring Nordschleife in 7 minutes 42 seconds with the 997 GT3 in 2006.
The classical design lines of the Porsche 911 are further refined with the advent of the new model. The Porsche 991 features some subtle, yet contemporary changes made to its exterior design. These bring a dose of modern into the classical outlook that is the Porsche 911; a vehicle known for its performance, style and appeal.
These Vorsteiner V-FF 101 Flow Forged wheels fit perfectly. These wheels add a dose of classiness to the vehicle at hand. They are a well optimized, performance oriented aftermarket solution and they create a unique exterior appearance, suiting the most demanding 911 owners out there.
The wheels shown here come in sizes of 20×8.5 in the front and 20×11 in the rear respectively. The wheels come with a Carbon Graphite finish. The wheel finish works great with the Silver Metallic exterior finish of the vehicle. The addition of the Red Vorsteiner Centercaps is the perfectly placed final touch.
A Vorsteiner Flow Forged wheel can be attractive and lightweight because it uses equal raw materials and manufacturing equipment, however, design strength is another objective on its own. We thoroughly study each individual shape and arrangement to ensure our unique architecture has the longevity to outlast the most severe conditions. This yields the most beautiful and lightweight wheel setups available.
For more details and a better look at this build, please take a look at the media gallery below. For ordering information please contact us directly or give us a call at +1 800.601.7615 for the quickest response.
The Maserati Ghibli is a highly popular medium-sized sedan coming from the famous Italian car maker. It was designed to fulfill the role of competing against the likes of a BMW 5 Series, a Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Audi A6 or similar sizes premium sedans. The Ghibli is offered with three different 3.0-litre V6 engines: a twin-turbocharged 330 PS (240 kW; 330 hp) or 410 PS (300 kW; 400 hp) petrol and a 275 PS (202 kW; 271 hp) turbodiesel. This makes the Ghibli the first model from the Maserati lineup featuring a diesel engine.
Our quest to further refine the Italian designed vehicle was fulfiled by the newly revamped Flow Forged wheel line. A Vorsteiner Flow Forged wheel can be attractive and lightweight because it uses equal raw materials and manufacturing equipment, however, design strength is another objective on its own. We thoroughly study each individual shape and arrangement to ensure our unique architecture has the longevity to outlast the most severe conditions. This yields the most beautiful and lightweight wheel setups available.