The Panamera Sport Turismo is already an impressive car but German Tuner Techart and the Porsche specialists within the company plan to debut a special GrandGT kit for the upcoming 2018 Geneva Motor Show that is bound to enhance its appeal. After the upgrade called the GrandGT Supreme, the wagon now features an aggressive body and an opulent cabin.
Like the standard GrandGT kit, the version has a front bumper design similar to it but it comes with a hood that has a huge power bulge. The wagon now has a wider stance, thanks to the wider fenders and lower side sills. There are larger diffusers in the back that gain even larger strakes than the existing body kit. This wagon sits on new Techart Formula IV wheels, with five sets of double spokes, measuring at 22 inches.
To match the meaner look of this Sport Turismo, Techart can offer you a powertrain upgrade as well. The company’s engine upgrade can push the Panamera Turbo to have an output of 630 horsepower (470 kilowatts) and 664 pound feet (900 Newton metres) of torque. That is a lot more compared to the stock output of 550 horsepower (410 kilowatts) and 567 pound feet (769 Newton metres) of torque.
With Techart’s new engine, the wagon can now sprint from zero to 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in only 3.4 seconds, and in 8.3 seconds, it can hit 124 miles per hour (200 kilometers per hour). To add to that, the automaker offers an exhaust that mixes titanium and carbon fiber to decorate the outlets.
As you move into the cabin of Techart’s GrandGT Supreme Sport Turismo, you’ll find how comfortable it can be for a long drive. For instance, the tuner sourced a vegetable tanned Nappa leather that is short of chromium, and has no solvents in the finishing process. In fact, the wagon features these hides all over the car’s interior, from the foot wells to the door panels. As a visual flourish, multi colour stitching decorates areas like the front seat bolsters, door panels, and some areas of the rear bench.
Techart will definitely be present at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show from March 8 to 18. And Porsche enthusiasts will see this example and some others made by the German tuner. For the market launch, Techart will be presenting the GrandGT Supreme, which is an extraordinary signature edition that combines both sport and luxury.