The Porsche Panamera is about to receive a new enhancement program, developed by the Techart German tuners, making its debut at the Auto Zurich Car Show, which will take place on November, 2011.
Through this program, the Porsche fourth model, receives both visual and performance upgrades.
In order to obtain a more impressive appearance, the exterior now features fiber-reinforced composite based on carbon, glass-fiber-reinforced plastic and polyurethane RIM components. Among these components, we can mention a completely new front bumper, which houses larger ventilation intakes and an integrated splitter, as well as multifunctional daytime running lights, side skirts, headlight trims, side air outlets, a roof spoiler and a distinctive rear apron and diffuser.
Before dealing with the interior, we shall not forget the set of dual tailpipes and 20-21-22 inch alloy wheels.
Inside the vehicle, the drivers will be nothing but pleased to find comfort, style and technology, all of them provided by decorative stitching available in custom color or parts in fine wood trim, entertainment options which feature 7-inch screen integrated in the front seats backrests, wrapped in fine and high-quality leather screen console that beautifully matches the vehicle’s interior.
Focusing also on the performance, the GrandGT is available with a boosting power (due to a powerkit) from 493 to 571 hp and a torque power from 700 Nm to 830 Nm.
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