Techart GrandGT based on the Porsche Panamera Turbo

Article by Christian A., on October 25, 2010

Techart unveiled today the GrandGT, one of the most beautiful body kit for the Porsche Panamera. Set to make its official debut at the Auto Zurich Car Show from November 11 to 14, 2010, the new car will join the Techart Magnum based on the new Porsche Cayenne.

The new body kit includes a new front bumper with integrated splitter and large ventilation intakes as well as daytime running lights, a new Techart Aero engine hood made of carbon fiber, new side skirts, and flared fenders which increase the width of the Panamera by 21mm on each side of the front axle compared to the standard vehicle and 42mm on each side of the rear axle.

Furthermore, we find side air outlets made of high-quality polyurethane RIM, a new rear apron with integrated air openings and matching diffuser, new oval dual tail pipes integrated in the car’s rear end, as well as a big rear spoiler in order to improve the downforce.

The design of the car is completed by the Techart Formula light alloy wheels are available in 20- and 21-inch, the Techart Formula II design in 22-inch or by the Techart Formula III forged light alloy wheels in 21- and 22-inch.

Under the hood we find the same 4.8-liter V8 engine found on the standard Panamera Turbo, boosted from 500 to 571 hp and an impressive 830 Nm (from 700 Nm). Pushing the standard sport button the Panamera has a significant increase of performance and driving dynamics.

These numbers were obtained thank to the Techart engine management Techtronic. Inside, the vehicle can be customized in every possible way, from fine accents such as decorative stitching in custom colour or parts in fine wood trim through to unique interior packages refined in all details.

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