This is the Porsche 911 Turbo S ‘TR 800’ by Manhart, and it is an 822-hp orange monster.
It is completely mad, but that’s what makes supercars special.
German tuner Manhart started by taking care of the most important thing in any sports car: the engine.
The TR 800 uses the exact same 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine as the standard 911 Turbo but Manhart made a few changes.
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First of all, the company gave the 911 an upgraded stainless steel exhaust system and remapped the ECU.
After that, they fitted new turbochargers and a new intercooler.
The result it outstanding because the TR 800 now delivers 822 hp – and that’s 180 hp more than the standard 911 on which is based.
Now, the Porsche 911 Turbo S isn’t exactly subtle or understated but Manhart wanted to make it even more extravagant.
The new body kit includes larger air intakes, more aggressive bumpers and diffusers and an enormous rear wing.
For the exterior, the company opted for a lava orange + satin black colorway that was also used for the 21- and 22-inch forged wheels.
The orange brake calipers complete the look.
Inside, you’ll find the same color combo and it works a treat.
The sports seats combine sportiness with comfort.
They’re upholstered using thick layers of black and orange leather with additional contrast stitching.
The steering wheel and the suede floor mats follow the same theme.
Manhart didn’t say how much the 911 TR 800 costs but the standard 911 Turbo S has an MSRP of $182,900.
With that in mind, it’s hard to imagine a price tag under $350,000-$400,000 for the Manhart version.
As ever, you can also buy each component individually.