2010 Porsche Panamera TechArt Concept One Design Study review and pictures

Posted on Friday, 26 February 2010 , 09:02:21 byAngela

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Porsche Panamera TechArt Concept One Design Study

At the 80th Geneva Motor Show, TECHART presents the world premiere of the Concept One individualization study. The study is defined by concepts such as strength, individuality and self-consciousness and clearly reflects the requirements of the customers when it comes to uniqueness and sportiness. The Motor Show in Geneva is the perfect platform for presenting the design concept to the public of the world. The front apron of the Concept One concept car has integrated air inlets which emphasize the design of the sporty 4-seat and also provides an improved air flow of the charge air intercoolers as well as improved brake cooling. Strong fenders and side skirts ensure a seamless transition among the wide wheel arches. The rear apron with integrated air openings and matching diffuser, together with the height-adjustable rear spoiler, rounds off the distinct exterior design. The black tail pipe of the stainless steel sports exhaust system developed by TECHART also provides sporty accents in the striking rear of the vehicle. The TECHART engine optic package with carbon fiber engine covering, TECHART logotype and flash red coating already makes the visitor to the trade fair stand feel the power of the Panamera Turbo, increased once again by TECHART with a power thrust of up to 150 horsepower. The multifunctional TECHART daylight driving headlight system contributes essentially to the active safety of the driver by combining daylight headlights, parking lights and turn signal lights as an LED system unit in one common housing that seamlessly fits into the front design of the vehicle. The headlight can also be dimmed for improving the effect of the turn signal lights, even while turning off. For the first time in the Concept One Study, TECHART presents the 3-spoke PDK sports steering wheel with shift paddles. The driver can now shift one gear upwards with one hand and one gear downwards with the other one.