2017 Porsche Panamera by Topcar is wider, with a 650 hp output and lots of carbon fiber

Article by Christian A., on July 5, 2017

Porsche has turned the Panamera from a good-looking car into a really handsome one, after just one generation. Though the second generation did not get a lot of nips and tucks, it got the right ones indeed. The new model looks so much more attractive compared to its predecessor. However, TopCar has an aftermarket package suggestion to offer though, and here is what they’ve got.

Firstly, the tuner gave the Panamera a much wider body kit, instantly making it look aggressive. They then added a number of carbon fiber pieces corroborated with huge air vents, which made the Porsche an attention-grabbing car - but we aren’t sure if it was done a good way or not. It was given recessed door handles, but only the rear doors got them.

More parts were replaced with carbon fiber including the roof and the hood, as well as the rear wing. There is now a large diffuser at the back surrounded by a pair of exhaust tips on each side. Note that the package or the custom body parts are compatible with all versions of the hatchback Panamera. As an option, buyers could go for a set of alloy wheels - and there is a wide range they can choose from, including a 21-inch set wheels.

The Russian tuner has a wide range of materials and upholstery when it comes to customizing the interior cabin. Customers can choose to personalize the four-seat cabin in crocodile leather, 24-karat gold, carbon fiber, wood, and many others you can think of.

Of course, TopCar has something for the powerhouse as well. In the Turbo version, they can unlock the 4.0 liter biturbo V8 to produce 100 horsepower more than before, now delivering a total of 650 horsepower. Though they did not say anything about the torque, it had also probably been boosted from the standard 567 pound-feet (770 Newton-metres).

With the upgraded engine, paired with the optional Sport Chrono Package, the Porsche Panamera can now do the 0-60 miles per hour (0-96 kilometers per hour) sprint in 3.4 seconds, or 3.6 to 62 mph (100 kph). It also has a top speed of 190 mph (306 kph) now.

To get the same body kit that has been pictured. TopCar has an asking price of €24,556 ($27,915). However, they did not mention how much it would cost for the other custom bits, including the interior.

So what are your thoughts about this TopCar tuned Porsche Panamera?

Source: TopCar

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