Canadian tuner Anibal Automotive Design located in Montreal have released these images of an interesting package for the Porsche Panamera luxury sports car. They are calling this kit the Prestige, and showcases some computer generated concepts of the new aero package. It consists of a wider front and rear fenders, new front and rear bumpers, vented hood, lip spoiler, and a large wing at the rear to tie it all together.
Anibal Automotive Design has released these teaser photos and video for the Porsche 911 seventh generation models also known as the 991. This “Attack” package is said to be in the final development stage and features a very aggressive body kit. It consists of wider front and rear fenders, side skirts, bumpers, air scoops and multiple vents. A carbon fiber hood, new rear engine lid and large rear wing completely transform the exterior styling and make it look race-worthy. Performance upgrades for the Porsche 911 tuning project were not announced, so this appears to strictly be a styling upgrade.
SpeedART is now ready to launch their Porsche Boxster tuning package after releasing some teaser images earlier this year. They have created kits for both the S and standard model with a couple different stages of tuning. Starting off with the Stage 1, the sports car receives a custom exhaust with sport catalysts and new headers to increase the output by 20 Hp and 20 Nm of torque. The results are 261 horsepower for the 2.7-liter flat-six Boxster and 311 HP for the 3.4-liter flat-six engine.
Wimmer RS has released this new Porsche 997 GT2 RS package for the 500 owners who are looking to reach the next level of performance. They have taken the 3.6-liter six cylinder engine and hooked it up with optimized turbochargers, ECU reprogramming, new camshafts, crankshaft, timing chains, pistons, connecting rods, a new fuel pump and 200-cell sport catalysts. With these extensive upgrades, the flat-six now develops around 1,006 horsepower and 1,108 Nm of torque.
Here is an upcoming Porsche 911 Carrera 4/4S tuning package by TopCar set to debut at the Top Marques Monaco. They have announced that it will feature a carbon and kevlar body kit consisting of new bumpers, re-designed hood and side skirts. Additional styling improvements come from the wider fenders, rear spoiler and lighter ADV.1 rims wrapped in high performance tires. Customers looking for further enhancements will have a variety of 9ff tuning upgrades for their Porsche 911 models.