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Techart Porsche Panamera


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The car tuning firm Techart unveiled the GrandGT today, and it is currently one of the best looking aftermarket body kits available for the Porsche Panamera. Awaiting the official debut at the Auto Zurich Car Show from November 11 to the 14th, the modified Panamera will join the new Techart Magnum which is based on the new Porsche Cayenne. This custom body kit features a new front bumper with integrated splitter and larger intakes, daytime running lights, carbon fiber Techart Aero engine hood, side skirts, and flared fenders to widen the vehicle. At the front it is 21 mm wider on each side, and the rear was increased by 42 mm on each side.

Additionally, tuners will find new side air outlets made of high quality polyurethane RIM technology, a new rear apron with matching diffuser, and a large rear spoiler to improve the downforce. The power of the modified Porsche Panamera can be heard through the new oval dual tail pipes, while the street will feel the new Techart Formula light alloy wheels available in 20 and 21-inch sizes, the Formula II design in 22-inch diameter, or the Formula III forged alloys in either 21 or 22-inches. Performance improvements came next from the Porsche tuning company.

When popping the hood you will find the same 4.8-liter V8 installed in the factory Porsche Panamera Turbo, however the car has been slightly boosted. With the simple push of the standard sport button, the custom Panamera receives a significant increase in power and driving dynamics. This comes from the new Techart engine management Techtronic, and it raised the horsepower figure from 500 to 571 hp with a stunning 830 Nm of torque. The interior of the Porsche Panamera can also be customized in every way imaginable. Techart offers fine accents such as decorative stitching in the customers choice of color, along with fine wood trim pieces to make the interior as unique as possible.

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