Manhart introduces the TR 900, its most recent offering. The German tuner gives the hardcore 911 healthy upgrades to both the engine and the rest of the body based on the current generation Porsche 911 GT2 RS.
A new set of larger TTH 1000 turbochargers, a Manhart intercooler kit by CSF with a larger front-mounted radiator fan, a Manhart IPD aluminium manifold, and Manhart downpipes Sport by Kline Innovation with 200-cell HJS catalytic converters.
The combined output of the tuned engine is 945 horsepower (705 kilowatts) and 774 pound-feet (1,050 Newton-meters) of torque at its maximum. Additionally, Manhart upgraded the 7-speed PDK transmission to handle this enormous power output.
The standard carbon-ceramic braking system and White Gold Metallic central locking magnesium Y-spoke rims are still present, but Manhart also improved the Porsche 911 GT2 RS’s chassis. On request, modifications for these areas are available.
Beyond performance, Manhart added carbon fibre kits bearing the DB Carbon brand to the bodywork. A front spoiler with side extensions, front air intake frames, side skirts, and a diffuser with side extension plates are a few of the updated lightweight components.
Additional aftermarket body modifications include decorative lettering, stripes, and a wrap in a Midnight Dark Green and Gold theme to match the rims. The only interior improvement currently available is for custom floor mats.
The German company’s plethora of upgrades mean that the Manhart TR 900 is not inexpensive. It is currently priced at €550,000, which is roughly $570,000. One sample is already available for purchase, but if you have a 911 GT2 RS and would like to receive the same treatment, get in touch with Manhart for more information.