Porsche 996TT on D2Forged VS1 Wheels by Cristian Guamanzara
The successor to the Porsche 993 model of the famed Porsche 911 was the model internally named 996, which was introduced in 1998. and made a big impression on everyone who enjoys these types of cars. At its debut, the 996 featured the most significant changes to the Carrera model since its 1963 introduction. Most important among these is the water-cooled engine, replacing the previously air-cooled engines. More stringent noise regulations and higher customer expectations for both refinement and a higher performance 4 valve per cylinder engine made the switch necessary.
In 2000, Porsche debuted the 996 Turbo, equipped with four-wheel-drive and a 3.6 litre, twin turbocharged and intercooled flat-six producing 420 bhp (309 kW), making the car capable of 4.2 second 0 to 60 mph times. An X50 option which included larger turbochargers and intercoolers along with revised engine control software became available from the factory in 2002, increasing power to 450 hp (336 kW). Probably the next best thing to the almost track only models of the GT version, that Porsche introduced around the same time.
After years passed since it’s introduction, the automotive fans who really enjoyed these cars got to making them even better. This includes rather breathtaking visual modifications, as well as lighter, more aggressive amazing wheels like these. The D2Forged is one of the companies producing wheels to the customers liking. These D2Forged VS1 wheels featured the multispoke design, first seen on german automobiles like these, so sticking with the long tradition of wheel design that fit this car perfectly. The front wheels feature the 19×9.5 2.5 size with a 2.5″ lip, while the back ones are something more muscular 19×12″ in size with a 4.5″ lip.
The photographs published here are work of Cristian Guamanzara who brought us the white Porsche Panamera photoshoot and the white BMW E92 335i photoshoot as well. One greatly talented photographer, whos work we plan to feature more often in the future. For more information about the wheels featured here and the pricing, be sure to visit D2Forged official website and contact them.
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