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Mansory Porsche Panamera Turbo


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The Swiss tuning specialists from Mansory released a new package for the Porsche Panamera Turbo featuring many improvements. A little over the top in my opinion, this Porsche Panamera Turbo received a bold paint job along with a full body kit consisting of a new front skirts, LED daytime running lights, carbon fiber bonnet, wider wings, side skirts, and a carbon fiber rear diffuser. The German tuned car now rides on large 22-inch wheels wrapped in high performance Dunlop SP SportMaxx tires measuring 265/30/ZR22 in the front, and 295/25/ZR22 at the rear. For additional styling, Mansory hooked up the Porsche’s interior with new leather, wood, and carbon fiber elements, along with a new sports steering wheel and brushed aluminum pedals.

Performance tuning is one of Mansorys specialties, so they decided to tweak the Porsche Panamera Turbo under the hood to boost the numbers. Upgrades to the powerplant include a new and remapped ECU, larger turbochargers, and a stainless steel sport exhaust system. From the factory, Porsche equipped the Panamera Turbo with 500 horsepower. After the engine tuning, Mansory was able to increase the power figures to 690 hp with 800 Nm of torque, and track times just as spectacular. The modified Porsche Panamera Turbo can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 4 seconds, while reaching a top speed of 328 km/h. This sports car is definitely a head turner, just like all the other Mansory tuning jobs.

[Source: carsroute]

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