RevoZport introduces wild Porsche Taycan styling kit

John Mahoney

30 Aug 2021

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Hong Kong-based tuner's upgrades draws clear inspiration from Porsche GT models

RevoZport has announced that it's created an extreme styling kit for the pure-electric Porsche Taycan.

 

Made for owners who the think the supercar-quick Taycan's design is a little too understated, the Hong Kong-based tuner offers two body kits called the Taycan GT-Z and the Taycan Revoluzione.

 

The Taycan Revoluzione is said to have been tailored for those who use their all-electric Porsche for touring.


 


The less aggressive aerodynamic aids were developed to not impact on the standard car's range too much, says RevoZport, who thinks a car like the Taycan Turbo S, that can sprint from rest to 62mph in just 2.8 seconds is deserving of more eye-catching styling.

 

Priced from around £9000, the new kit adds a front splitter, bumper canards, side skirts, a rear diffuser and a 911 GT3-inspired swan-neck rear spoiler. All are made out of carbon-fibre.

 

Finally, there's also the option of a set of huge 22-inch two-piece forged rims that are inspired by the last generation 911 GT3 RS.


 


If the Taycan's range isn't a concern, the wilder Taycan GT-Z styling kit (£11,000) is for you. Featuring similar updates to the Revoluzione kit, the GT-Z adds a more extreme rear bumper and Porsche 935-inspired front turbine wheels.

 

There's no claim for each kit how much extra downforce is produced, nor how exactly the bolt-on carbon parts impact on the range, that sees the Turbo with the bigger 93.4kWh battery pack cover up to 279 miles between top-ups.


 


For now, just the regular Taycan saloon can be upgraded by RevoZport, with both styling kits available for the Taycan 4S, Turbo and Turbo S.

 

There's no word if the carbon-fibre specialists are working on upgrades for the upcoming Taycan Cross Turismo estate.

 

Originally established back in 2003, RevoZport made headlines back in 2019 when it created its LaFerrari Revoluzion, which is thought to be the only modified LaFerrari hypercar in existence.


 

John Mahoney

30 Aug 2021