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Do any of you guys think you'll be adding one of these to your Porsche?

Custom TECHART Steering Wheel



German TECHART specialize in making custom leather steering wheel covers for Porsches. CAD software is used to make a steering wheel cover with an ergonomic fit. The wheels come in many different colors and materials, so this is great for those who really want to customize their Porsche.

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Doesn't say on the website, which is a clear sign that it is really expensive. After doing some digging online I found that a TECHART steering wheel is going to cost you upwards of $2200. If you want it in a color other than black you can add another $200.
I hear mostly good reviews about it though. The wheel is thicker (which people usually like), and the leather grip is awesome, but some have mentioned that you lose a bit of "feel" for the front tires.
 

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Doesn't say on the website, which is a clear sign that it is really expensive. After doing some digging online I found that a TECHART steering wheel is going to cost you upwards of $2200. If you want it in a color other than black you can add another $200.
I hear mostly good reviews about it though. The wheel is thicker (which people usually like), and the leather grip is awesome, but some have mentioned that you lose a bit of "feel" for the front tires.
i guess the steering wheel being thicker it would lessen the feedback you get from the front wheels. seems like if you want to keep it as a drivers vehicle it might be best to stay away. if you want even more luxury, then this is it.
 

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i guess the steering wheel being thicker it would lessen the feedback you get from the front wheels. seems like if you want to keep it as a drivers vehicle it might be best to stay away. if you want even more luxury, then this is it.
Just up to preference. If you want to really feel the road more then stay away, but if you are looking for a smoother steering experience then this wheel is the way to go. And its a lot of money to spend if you end up being unhappy with the driving experience it gives you.
 

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Always been happy with Porsche's interiors. Materials, build quality, fit and finish, trims, how the surfaces and materials feel, etc. So this would be at the very bottom of my list.

I rather spend my money on an exhaust setup to start.
 
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