2010 Porsche Panamera S Racecar by N.Technology

The first version of N.Technology’s Porsche Panamera S race car was unveiled back in June when the car wastaken out testing before its official debut at the Superstars Series set for the Hockenheim ring in Germany. Satisfied with the results, but thinking they needed to be better, N.Technology went back and created a second version which will be debuted this weekend - September 18th-19th - at the Paul Ricard circuit in France. The featured racecar will have be sporting brand new livery as a result of their partnership with Zegg & Ceriati – a prestigious company of watches and jewelery.

"After the success of Mugello, our target at Paul Ricard is even more difficult: confirm N.Technology at the top, despite stronger competitors. In the last weeks, we have finished the construction of the second car on which are present all the updates and developments studied by N.Technology engineers in view of the Paul Ricard and following events of Superstars International Series. Above all, we’re really excited to unveil the new and unique livery of the car thanks to the partnership with Zegg & Cerlati, friends and owners of the prestigious company of watches and jewelry."

Press release after the jump.

Source: Jonsibal

Press release

N.Technology completed yesterday at the Autodromo di Franciacorta (Italy) the shakedown of the new and further developed Porsche Panamera S car that will race next weekend – on 18 and 19 September – at the Paul Ricard circuit in France. On the occasion N.Technology unveiled the new official livery of the car with the colors of the famous brand of watches and jewelry Zegg & Cerlati, expanding in this way the already existing partnership.

Mauro Sipsz, N.Technology Team Principal

“After the success of Mugello, our target at Paul Ricard is even more difficult: confirm N.Technology at the top, despite stronger competitors. In the last weeks, we have finished the construction of the second car on which are present all the updates and developments studied by N.Technology engineers in view of the Paul Ricard and following events of Superstars International Series.
Above all, we´re really excited to unveil the new and unique livery of the car thanks to the partnership with Zegg & Cerlati, friends and owners of the prestigious company of watches and jewelry.”

Carlo Cerlati, Zegg & Cerlati

“The combination of two companies recognized for quality, technology and winning tradition is a great opportunity to promote our brand and our products internationally. We are delighted to have signed this partnership with N.Technology.”

Founded in 1997 by Tina Zegg and Carlo Cerlati “Zegg & Cerlati” has become synonymous of watches and jewelry at the highest levels. In the stores located in Monte-Carlo (Monaco), Ischgl (Austria) and Samnaum (Switzerland), lovers and connoisseurs can find exceptional pieces, limited editions and special creations of the most prestigious global brands, as well as special items made on request. In 2008, to celebrate the tenth anniversary, it has been created the “Place du Casino”, the first watch branded “Zegg & Cerlati”, whose image will be reproduced on the bonnet of the Porsche Panamera S by N.Technology.


5 comments:

great looking car, but it’s set of wheels ruined it’s gorgeous design.

great, goes with the original interior, good job N.Technology.

There’s little point to a hybrid open-wheel car. First of all, hybrids work to mitigate the weight of the car. Open-wheel cars are very light.

I’d like to see its modified version if what had changed and improved. I’m really not satisfied with the first one.

I assume in Porsche fashion they will strip all the plush material and convenience features while charging a hefty $30,000-$50,000 premium.

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