Aftermarket HRE Performance P200 wheels give aggressive vibe to Porsche Panamera

Article by Christian A., on November 12, 2017

One of the nicest things about buying a brand new car is that it's already reasonably packed with all the great features--- oftentimes even with the latest styles and technologies available. So let’s just say your car is neither plain nor boring but you want it to appear a little different.

Something that adds more punch and that shouts out “hey look at me” to let it rise above the special bunch of supercars you see out on the street. If there’s a feature that has somehow caught your fancy then maybe it’s time to drive to your preferred aftermarket tuner and let them do what they do best.

The owner of this Porsche wanted to spice up the latest Panamera model by replacing the factory wheels with some new ones. Wheels Boutique, the largest HRE wheels and Vorsteiner Aeroparts dealer, has equipped this 2nd generation Porsche Panamera with the HRE Performance P200. The Panamera has been equipped with custom wheels that now flash rims at the front measuring 22 x 10 inches each and another set of rims measuring 22 x 12 inches at the rear.

Despite the flashy new alloy set, the owner of this luxury four door sedan has kept the changes to a minimum. Ever since the first generation Porsche Panamera has been replaced with the current series, there aren’t as many tuning parts available yet for the new model as compared to the older version. You won’t find as many aerokits or widebody kits around just yet. Maybe this is why the owner opted for the new rims in gloss black finish with slightly lower stance to complement the sports car’s overall exterior instead.

The all-black ensemble consists of black window tint and black inner graphics for the headlights while the wheels do have a concave profile with distinctive multi-spoke design that is sure to draw second glances from fellow motorists. For a better road grip, the HRE Performance Wheels are fitted with Pirelli P Zero tires with sizes of 265/ 30/ 22 and 315/ 25/ 22 at the front and rear respectively.

Beyond that, we don’t see the need to add much as nearly everything you’d want from a Porsche (regardless of the model) is already in there. In fact, we dare you to find an aftermarket tuning shop that offers a more sophisticated exterior and interior package. More than anything, the new generation Panamera packs a 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 with 542 hp and 567 lb- ft of torque that can take it from zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) in as fast as 3.8 seconds---enough to leave most cars behind.

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