New Porsche 911 out at 2013 November SEMA Show
At this year’s SEMA, the Misha Design will present to the public the new styling program prepared for the 7th generation of the Porsche 911. The body kit consists of new bumpers, side skirts, spoiler, vented hood and diffuser. Some parts of the body kit can be constructed from carbon, with body kit can be placed in all the versions 911 and even delivered to serve the needs of factory bases making installation and fitting very quick and easy. Misha Designs are world famous for their highest-quality body kits which literally transform cars turning an already extraordinary model to a masterpiece of auto engineering and technology. This year’s design is the result of Misha Rade Djordjevic’s passion for designing unique and visionary parts for Porsche and Mercedes. Cars with Misha Designs parts were at SEMA show every year since 2004. The brand is recognizable worldwide and SEMA is proud to include their new Porsche 991 Body Kit at the show. It will be unveiled at the 2013 SEMA show in November. However, although the body kit is already available for pre orders, deliveries will start after the show.
Porsche 911 Misha Designs
Misha Designs 2012 Porsche 911
The full body kit of the new Porsche 911 includes a revised front bumper, hood, side skirts, rear bumper with diffuser and a rear spoiler. For an even sportier look the front bumper lip, diffuser and wing blade car be ordered in race spec carbon fiber. LA-based tuner, Misha makes it again and this time , a 997-generation Porsche 911 is its canvas. This all-new body kit, dubbed the GTM2, added even more sportiness and a little more width to the last-generation 911. This kit will fit on any wide- or narrow-body 911 between 2005 and 2011, and it is compatible with both versions of the 997.1 and 997.2 taillights. The kit includes a new front bumper, a revised hood, a set of side skirts and an all-new rear bumper. Additionally, you get to choose from one of three styles of rear wing, including a sporty-looking duck-tail-style wing. If you need to save a little weight, you can opt for the front bumper lip, the rear diffusor and the wing blade to be made from carbon fiber.
Porsche 911 Misha Designs side
Porsche 911 Misha Designs rear
The great thing about this kit is that it bolts directly to the 911’s existing mounting points. This eliminates the need for drilling and potentially ruining the value of your beloved sports car. Additionally, you can buy the entire kit for one bulk price or you can break it up piece-by-piece if you’re a little tight on money. The entire kit runs $6,795 and if you opt for the carbon-fiber upgrade, it jumps to $8,495. To purchase the components separately, you must contact Misha.
Porsche 911 Misha Designs back