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If you don’t know TechArt, then you haven’t dived into the world of aftermarket parts for Porsche. For 30 years, the tuner, based in Germany and just a stone’s throw away from Stuttgart, has been making parts across the Porsche lineup. To celebrate three decades of performance Porsches, the tuner is bringing three new products to the Geneva motor show — the Coupe, GrandGT and GTstreet R Cabriolet.

The Coupe, based on the 718 Cayman, gets performance and style. Power is up to 400 hp, with a sprint to 60 mph taking 3.9 seconds. Top speed is 183 mph. There is a new exhaust, two-piece front splitter, central air outlet, lateral air inlet fins, rear diffuser and two different rear spoilers. Wheels are 21-inch alloys. Carbon-fiber bits are available both inside and out for the TechArt Coupe.

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TechArt’s GrandGT is a Panamera Turbo with poise. The body has been widened by 80 millimeters, which is combined with a new front integrated splitter, central air outlet, side skirts, extended wheel arches and a new rear fascia and diffuser. Twenty-two-inchers wrapped in 285/30ZR-22 and 335/25ZR-22 Conti Sport Contact 6 tires provide grip. The sport exhaust system has four central carbon-fiber tailpipes. Performance is obviously upped, but TechArt hasn’t released any numbers yet, with the GrandGT available later this year.

No collection of Porsche performance cars would be complete without a hopped-up 911. The GTstreet R Cabriolet, based on the Turbo S Cabriolet, kicks out 720 hp and comes with two available interiors — Clubsport and Exclusive. Zero to 62 mph happens in just 2.7 seconds. Sprints to 124 mph and 186 mph take 8.5 and 23.3 seconds, respectively. Top speed is 211 mph. There are numerous carbon-fiber aerodynamic bits and wide 265-mm and 325-mm Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires (Michelin Pilot Super Sports are also available).

Rounding out TechArt’s Geneva assault is news of a performance kit for Porsche Macans equipped with the 2.0-liter engine. Performance is increased to 300 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque. If this is how TechArt celebrates, we would love to get an invite — or a ride.