2010 Porsche Panamera by WheelsBoutique

Let’s face it, the Porsche Panamera has been a real hit among tuners. And why shouldn’t it be? Anyone would want to make an improvement on a near perfect car, and we’ve seen all of the improvements imaginable. From engine updates to exterior and interior modifications and everything in between, there has not been one thing that hasn’t been done to this car. But instead of going completely over the top to make their tuning package stand out, WheelsBoutique have opted for a more subtle tunification. No, that’s not a word, but we’re still using it.

They started off with a Speed Art full body kit that consists of a front spoiler, new side skirts, and a rear spoiler, and then continued on to add H&R lowering springs. The only other additions made to the vehicle were that glossy black exterior paint and new H&R 22" wheels 187 Edition wrapped in Pirelli tires. Not much else to report, but it doesn’t make a difference; this tuning kit for the Porsche Panamera is a hit shot outside of the park.

Source: L4P

6 comments:

Porsche Panamera is always been a good model since it is a successful production. And we would love more the Panamera since it update its full body kit.

yeah, i agree with that. With all the modifications and upgrades that has been made in this car I bet its really near to perfection! And aside from that it really has a high park sell!

Aston Martin still has the purer profile, and the V12 engine with Rapide, though. Probably at twice the price...Aston Martin still has the purer profile, and the V12 engine with Rapide, though. Probably at twice the price...

The Porsche deserve a lot. I flip those off whenever I see them.

The Turbo model isn’t required (the V8 is plenty strong), but it is worth the premium if you have the means. The Turbo’s available 550+ lb-ft of torque simply throws you back in your (four) seats when you get on the gas. It is tremendous fun in "point and shoot" mode.

I wouldn’t spit on a RSR either but if Porsche or any other car maker can successfully race a hybrid it would give this technology some street cred. If hybrid tech can combine performance with some fuel efficiency I am all for it. I would love to see however what this car will cost. If the cost came close to that of the V8 I would probably go for that one.

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