The 2012 Top Marques Monaco is only days away from opening, and we’re now getting a good look at some of the tuning programs that we’re going to see in the annual auto spectacle.
One tuning company that always has a presence at this auto show is Top Car. This year, they’re presenting a couple of vehicles, one of which is the Porsche Panamera Stingray GTR. As part of the program, the Russian tuner dressed up this Panamera - the 7th model in a 25-piece run - in a blue and carbon black color scheme and added a slew of new components made out of high-quality carbon fiber and kevlar. The components include a front and rear bumper set, a new carbon fiber bonnet, front and rear fender extenders, front and rear door panels, and new side skirts. As far as the interior is concerned, TopCar added carbon fiber accents to go with plenty of Nappa leather treatment.
Power upgrades are also part of the program, and while Top Car didn’t elaborate on what kind of modification the car will have, we do know that the end game is an output of 700 horsepower.
All told, the conversion will set you back €47,765 - $62,280 at the current rates - for the carbon fiber parts and €41,315 - $53,900 at the current rates - without the carbon parts. It sounds a little ridiculous to pay that much for a tuning program, but if you have the funds for it, you can enjoy all that carbon fiber goodness, courtesy of Top Car.