Exceptional sportiness combined with unique comfort are to be found into one program, the TECHART GrandGT, which was based on the Porsche Panamera, standing for the highest quality without any compromises. The exceptional character of the new exterior package for the new Panamera is enhanced by the selected high-tech materials together with a unique style of design.
Being distinguished by their extraordinary product characteristics and for being primarily used in motor sports, polyurethane RIM components, a glass-fiber-reinforced plastic and a fiber-reinforced composite based on carbon make up the exterior package of the GrandGT.
The onlookers' eye is catched immediately by an improved supply of fresh air, an optimum cooling of the brake system as well as a more powerful front bumper integrating large ventilation intakes and splitter, all these underlining its dynamic contours.
The width of the Panamera is increased by 21 mm on each side of the front axle due to the flared fenders and powerful side skirts, thus improving cornering abilities and resulting in a wider track.
The masculine, confident and sporty character of the GrandGT is emphasized by the design of the rear end with a much larger rear spoiler which provides active safety and greater driving stability, even at high speed.
A sporty exhaust system with valve control is available as an alternative in order to obtain more audible sportiness.
The power output of the 4.8-liter twin-turbo engine is boosted from 368 kW to 426 kW due to the TECHART powerkit TA 070/T1. The original TECHART wheels also received inimitable style together with consistent design as they are all available in individually matched custom colours.
The interior is distinguished by exceptional quality and ranges from parts in fine wood trim, decorative stitching in custom colour and a wide variety of entertainment options available for the Panamera. Furthermore, the TECHART center console unit adds a 12V outlet and integrated cupholder to the storage compartment located in the rear passenger compartment.
The TECHART GrandGT Program as well as the new TECHART MAGNUM will be presented in November.
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