Hamann Stallion Porsche 911 Turbo

Published Friday, December 11th 2009
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The latest development of the premium refiner HAMANN MOTORSPORT offers far more than a fascinating new aerodynamics concept. The efficiency boost to 630 hp and the HAMANN-sport chassis turn the STALLION into one of the most powerful and fastest sports car in the whole world.

The most striking eye-catcher of the individualized Porsche is the lowered roof line. For this elaborate reconstruction, HAMANN reduces the windows and pillars up to 8 centimeters. Thereby, the reduced front surface diminishes the air resistance and therefore the fuel consumption. Moreover, this relieves the motor drastically while pushing for maximum speed. But thatīs not all: HAMANN equips the STALLION with gull-wing doors allowing the door to swing diagonally outward from the body of the car. This proprietary development does not only have an extravagant design, but also an exceptional stability. The combination between the HAMANN front- and rear skirt with the altered heck spoiler profile and the roof spoiler produce additional road grip. Side spoilers between the axles put a finishing tough to the overall appearance.

The core of the STALLION is its modified engine. The HAMANN motor technicians enhance the 3.6 liters Boxer Biturbo motor from standard 480 hp / 353 kW to 630 hp / 463 kW at 6,300 rpm. The upgrade also includes two larger VNT (variable nozzle turbochargers), a sport air strainer, a stainless steel exhaust system with metal catalytic converters and a new engine management.

These are measures which certainly hit their target. The HAMANN STALLION accelerates to 100 km/h in only 3.3 seconds and is therefore six tenth of a second faster than its serial counterpart. The new maximum speed tag is sensational. With its efficiency boost and the reduced air resistance by HAMANN-Aerodynamics, the STALLION achieves a maximum speed of 359 km/h.

Wheels and chassis – the combination for best grip and exclusive appearance HAMANN developed a sport chassis and a matching wheel-/tire-combination for the optimal handling of the increased requirements of the STALLION. The three-part HAMANN aluminum wheel named EDITION RACE with its black lacquered star and the titan bolting of the high gloss polished rim flange clearly emphasize the affinity of the Laupheim-based refiner to motor sports.

Due to its forge technology production, it is very light and therefore significantly improves the handling- and driving qualities. The wheel-tire combination is available in 8,5Jx20 inches with tires measuring 245/30ZR20 in front and 12,0Jx20 rims with 325/25ZR20 tires at the back. HAMANN recommends top-level tyres type S1 EVO by its technology partner HANKOOK.

Lowering the vehicle center by 20 mm with HAMANN sport coils also significantly improves the handling. Only the most precious materials can be found in the STALLION interior. The HAMANN upholsterers only use selected leather for covering the fittings and sport seats. Aluminum gear shift and aluminum pedals make the cockpit gleam in a noble look and perfectly match with the carbon parts of the interior set. Precisely applied embroideries of the HAMANN logo in the floor mats and headrests set further creative accents. All of these features complement one another in a stylish symbioses of motor sports flair and lifestyle


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