German aftermarket specialist, SpeedArt, has a penchant for turning Porsche sports cars into gold. Okay, not the real kind of gold, but the metaphorical type that draws worthy praise from people around the industry.
Recently, SpeedArt was in the middle of building a new program for the Porsche Panamera Diesel called the ’PS9 - 300D,’ one that includes an aerodynamic kit to go with impressive performance modifications.
Talking about the former, SpeedArt enhanced the Panamera’s exterior details with the addition of a front chin spoiler, new side skirts, a rear diffuser, front and rear air intakes, and a double wing rear spoiler. In addition to that, the Panamera Diesel also gets new twin chrome exhaust tailpipes, sport design brake calipers, and a new set of 22" five spoke design competition wheels.
As far as the performance modifications are concerned, SpeedArt has yet to release the full breadth of details as to what they did on the Panamera’s powertrain. What they did announce though was that they were able to improve the output of the German sports car’s 3.0 liter V6 diesel engine from the stock 250 horsepower and 405 lb/ft of torque numbers all the way up to 300 horsepower and 480 lb/ft of torque.