• Aug 21, 2008

Porsche enthusiasts will undoubtedly count the 997-generation 911 GT2 as one of the most extreme supercars ever to roll out of Stuttgart – right up there with the 959 and the Carrera GT. But where there's speed, there's always room for more speed, and the Swiss aren't about to stay neutral on this matter. Switzerland-based Sportec has just released its latest offering: the SP750. The tuning firm is known for producing seriously fast Porsches – including the 997 Turbo-based SP580 and the record-chasing SPR1 and SP600M Cayenne – and has put some serious effort into carrying on this legacy with the new SP750.

Modifications to the GT2 – already very blitzschnell in its own right – are available in four increments, starting with the 600-hp Stage 1 and topping out with the full-on 750-hp Stage 4 kit, which includes new turbos, a revised ECU, titanium con-rods, a free-flowing exhaust and new camshafts, air filter and clutch. To control all that extra power, Sportec is also offering an upgraded brake kit with six-pot calipers and 350-380mm discs, plus a retuned suspension complemented by a revised aero kit and 20-inch rims. We'd hope the huge Swiss flag on the roof, which has become a hallmark of Sportec's creations, is optional. While it may protect the car from aerial bombardment, the planes would actually have to catch the car in the first place.

[Source: Sportec]



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      • 6 Years Ago
      Just out of curiosity, I got a question for anyone who owns a 911 or has driven a 911 at the track. How much truth are there to 911s as being one of the toughest cars to drive near the limit? I've read a lot about the mixed blessings of the rear engine design, but I never heard opinions from a real 911 drivers.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Being a purist of sorts I have always preferred the GT2 over the regular Turbo because I live for RWD. This is a pretty nice car except for the Bandaid on top, and moderately powerful compared to other tuners.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Stage one worth 600hp? Impressive.
      • 6 Years Ago
      This car is a rich doctors wet dream
        • 6 Years Ago
        Its everyones dream my friend!
      • 6 Years Ago
      I like the last line the most.... it was so funny.
      • 6 Years Ago
      i understand that this is one fast machine, but lets be honest here, are we ever going to actually use more power than a 911 turbo, or more realistically, a 911 S? i know that we really want to but i really dont get the point of these "track-orientated" cars. sure the famous athletes and celebrities can afford them, but i can bet my life that none of them visit sites like autoblog and just get the cars for show, for the name (ex. ferrari and aston martin). what they should do is allow you to rent one of these at a track and play with it all day, that would be smarter, IMO.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Kumail891>
        Here's the thing, reading a review of a Ferrari or an Aston on autoblog it's a little like what you said, you see it and read it, and you know you are not going to buy it, i know that the average joe doesn't have 300 grand available to spend on a car, but it's just like playboy, it's an illusion, it's dreaming about women that we can't get.
        And if at the end of the day we can't cruise in a GALLARDO WITH KIM KARDASHIAN riding shotgun, let us at least dream about it.
      • 6 Years Ago
      can this touch the promotive 996tt (specifically alex's as seen on supercars exposed)? no? yawn. As much as i appreciate sportec they can get back to us when they've got something promotive 996tt conquering.
      • 6 Years Ago
      It looked like a radio controlled car at first glance in the main picture =).
      • 6 Years Ago
      "We'd hope the huge Swiss flag on the roof, which has become a hallmark of Sportec's creations, is optional. While it may protect the car from aerial bombardment..."

      "The paramilitary hue might make it even harder to spot as it sprints to sixty in three seconds flat, that is assuming the Swiss machine can shift out of neutral"

      you guys are on a roll
      • 6 Years Ago
      Hey! AB! If 'lil ole TTAC can make their "Remember Me" thing work, how come you all and AOL can't?

      Swiss Missile. Is that like Swissile for short?