Car tuning specialists TechArt, long regarded as one of the best car tuners in the world, is set to unveil its new styling program for one of Porsche’s new flagship sports cars – the Panamera.
The custom kits will make their first appearance at the Frankfurt Motor Show where TechArt will be on-hand to present the company’s custom programs for the Panamera S, the Panamera 4S and the Panamera Turbo. The kits, which is set to go on sale around December of this year, is rumored to include a slew of other features, including a bodykit, alloy wheels and flush interior stylings.
To say that TechArt knows what its doing is a vast understatement. The firm has a proven track record of excellence and their venture into the world of the Panamera looks to be no different.
Thanks to the company’s Aerokit 1 program, the Panamera was given a major overhaul, including the additions of a front spoiler, side skirts, a rear bumper with diffuser, a roof spoiler, and a rear wing, to a name a few.
The program also includes lavish upgrades to the Panamera’s interior, including a snazzy teak-and-black leather finish – including the steering wheel. Speaking of the wheel, it even takes the look of a handheld video game console because of all dials and buttons attached to it.
If it’s even possible, TechArt has really outdone itself this time. Not only does the Panamera look like it’s been through a makeover, but it does so without disrupting all the elements Porshce has put on the car.