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Since 1999 speedART has been providing exclusive conversions and individual tuning for Porsche for both racetrack or street use.

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Carpe Viam "Seize the road".

The idea: to generate and design individuality in combination with performance. In a branch where is no space for mistakes to set up a product and a brand which has never been there before.

The purposes: from the beginning clearly defined! Exclusivity, precision and quality. Every vehicle is a hand crafted masterpiece with character. Since the foundation in 1999, speedART has pursued a logical strategy of growth and progress. By a narrow collaboration with our developing partners from the most different technology regions in Germany and worldwide, the combination of traditional craftsmanship and the modern production procedure is also assured for the future.

Results? Our biggest success is if you express the enthusiasm for your car with a smile. Everything that counts: perfect evolution! To go a step further without loosing the aims out of sight. That is our task.

The vehicles do not originate simply somewhere, they become true in exactly the same region where also the headquarter of the company PORSCHE lies namely between Zuffenhausen and Weissach in Rutesheim. This is the place where the vehicles in craft master work are getting improved.

This new headquarter of speedART since the end of 2007 is the result of the logical conversion of strategy and growth. On about 2700m² originates here one of the most exciting sportscars in the world. Handpicked specialists from the most different areas assemble here the various vehicles.

(source: speedART)

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SpeedArt BTR-II 650 Evo : 2010   Based on the Porsche 997 Turbo 3,8l.
speedART BTR-II 650 EVO Porsche 997 Turbo : 2010   The worldwide strongest 911 Turbo.
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