2011 Frankfurt Motor Show: Hamann Paragon based on Porsche Panamera

Published by Andrew Christian @andrew4wheels Google+ | Wednesday September 14, 2011

2011 Frankfurt Motor Show: Hamann Paragon based on Porsche Panamera

Hamann’s Paragon made its debut at the 2011 IAA in Frankfurt, delighting Panamera fans everywhere. It has a big exhaust and a big wing but most significantly, this project stands out since every panel on the Paragon had been modified. All of its parts have grown. The arches are bulging and there are flares on the fenders while its sills are bigger.

Its bumpers were extensively tweaked to include new daytime running lights at the front and that huge exhaust at the back. Its new bonnet is meant to lessen the lift off on the front axle, while the side skirts function the same way for the rear.

Hamann gave the Panamera a set of 22 inch Gunmetal alloys covered in 265/30 ZR 22 305/25 ZR 22 tires. The Panamera is also now lower by 30 mm. Hamann said that with its modifications, the vehicle was given 80 HP and 120 Nm of torque more.






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