TechArt Porsche Panamera

Published Wednesday, December 30th 2009
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Although this year's Frankfurt Motor Show has been all about electric cars, the performance tuners haven't hesitated to present their newest creations equipped with hundreds of bhp and capable of generating hundreds of grams of CO2.

This is also the case of the tuners from TechArt, which have revealed revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show their own interpretation of the Panamera. For starters, the German tuner proposes a styling package which includes a discrete bodykit, new rims and some options for the interior. The base package will be available this December.

For those who want some extra power and aggressivity, TechArt is promising a second package, which has improved engine upgrades also available in 2010.

Named Aerokit 1, the base package presented at Frankfurt tried to emphasize the sporty look of the Panamera. The tuners has added new side skirts and an extension of the front spoiler, they have integrated an air difusor into the rear spoiler, they have attached a wing on the roof and have emphasized the air intakes.

In the case of the Turbo version, a set of LED lights is added for the headlights, oval stainless steel exhaust pipes and 20" or 21" alloy rims.

When it comes to the interior, the tuning team from TechArt have prepared a dual color upholstery, with Alcantara leather, along side a sporty steering wheel and multi-colored gauges. The center console, doors and dashboard are personalized with ornamental insertions.


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