Porsche Taycan Turbo S Gets A Few Upgrades from Brabus
The Taycan Turbo S Gets A Makeover
Brabus Porsche Taycan Turbo S
Just this week we shared that Brabus created an 820hp 911 Turbo S and now they have tuned the Taycan Turbo S. Brabus focused on refining the Taycan’s aerodynamics, improving the car’s already slippery drag coefficient with a new front splitter, side skirts, three-piece spoiler, and rear diffuser.
The electric super sedan doesn’t feature a new name like most of Brabus’ projects, as it still rocks the same amount of thrust, but it does have a few updates inside and out, and even beneath the skin.
Brabus used laser scanning and CAD to ensure perfect fitment of the carbon fiber pieces and a sleek integration with the car’s lines. Bright green brake calipers are tucked behind Brabus’ 22-inch Monoblock Z Platinum Edition wheels, a bespoke creation specifically for the Taycan, along with a custom suspension control module that lowers the ride height by 20mm. The interior receives Brabus’ signature treatment in a bright green, with exposed carbon fiber trim, Brabus sill plates, and Brabus badging throughout.
The Brabus Porsche Taycan Turbo S gets lots of carbon fiber on the outside. Carbon fiber was used to create the insert up front, chin spoiler, and side flaps mounted in front of the rear wheels. Brabus logos decorate the front fenders, and out back, it has a three-piece spoiler and new diffuser. Brabus tells us that every add-on was developed in the wind tunnel, and they’re said to optimize the car’s aerodynamics at high speeds.
Its suspension has been optimized too, thanks to the aftermarket Ride Control Module that can lower the body by up to 20 mm (0.8 in) over stock, thus improving the driving dynamics. A set of 9.5×22-inch front and 11.5×22-inch rear wheels, hugged by 265/30 and 315/25 tires respectively, contributes to the enhanced nature of the Taycan Turbo S, and so do the green and Brabus-branded brake calipers.