Norwegian tuner comes up with a Porsche Taycan body kit
Zyrus Engineering made itself heard last August when it announced a beefed-up Lamborghini Huracan LP1200. The pandemic ruined all the plans, and the modded supercar never arrived, but the tuning shop decided not to waste time and produced a Porsche Taycan aero kit in the meantime.
A total of 14 components are included in the package and can be installed using the factory mounting points. The list includes a front splitter, side skirts, fender intake bezels, a rear wing and a rear diffuser. The show car additionally makes use of OZ Racing HyperGT HLT wheels.
The kit is currently only available in Norway, where it costs €12,900. You could opt for just the rear wing (€1,700) and choose between gloss, matte and color for the finish. Shipments to other countries should begin soon, so stay tuned if you want one.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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