• 2010 Porsche Panamera 4 V6 4WD by H&R

Ever since its official launch, the Porsche Panamera has been a real success among tuners. The latest tuning project comes from H&R and is based on the Panamera 4 V6 4WD model.

Unfortunately , this tuning package is not necessarily a complex one as it only offers a new suspension system for the Panamera. H&R’s system allows the car to be lowered by around 35 mm. They have also added an H&R spring kit that improves the handling of the vehicle.

Sometime in the near future the tuner will also offer an ETS (electronic lowering system) for the air-suspension cars, but for now we only have a suspension system and a spring kit to play with. We are not really surprised by this lackluster package considering this is typical of H&R. The same type of tuning package was created for the 2010 Renault Megane Coupe-Cabrio last month.

The Panamera 4 is powered by a brand new 3.6 Liter Direct Injected V6 engine that develops a total of 300 HP and 295 lb-ft of torque and is equipped with Porsche’s (PDK) Double Clutch Gearbox and fuel saving Auto Start Stop function.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Porsche once more sets the standard for superclass automobiles with their Panamera - also when it comes to suspension. A challenge which the engineers at H&R willingly attended to work on. The result of the complex development is a spring set that brings the four-door and four wheel drive V6 vehicle with conventional suspension around 35 millimetres closer to the ground. The basic characteristics of the elegant and classic design are accentuated with this dynamic package - without weakening the overall concept of this luxury car. With the H&R spring kit the handling could also be made a shade more dynamic – needless to say that the comfort of this top class sportscar is not reduced.

An ETS (electronic lowering system) for the air-suspension cars will soon be available, too.

A further highlight can be obtained from the H&R TRAK+ Wheel Spacers made of high tensile aluminium. The small gap between the wheel arch and the edge of the wing can thus be visually perfected, which results in an even more powerful appearance.

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  (797) posted on 09.9.2010

Porsche once more sets the standard for superclass automobiles with their Panamera - also when it comes to suspension.

  (515) posted on 09.7.2010

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

  (937) posted on 07.23.2010

This porsche suddenly looks like a plain car, why does it’s equiped with stock tires and rims.

  (647) posted on 07.20.2010

Why don’t they combine the tuning package to the their future plans in putting ETS for the air-suspension on this car. They only make some minor adjustment on the tuning.

  (806) posted on 07.20.2010

It could be better...Honestly the 924 is the worst looking Porsche. This looks like a stretched out and modernised 924.

  (708) posted on 07.19.2010

What a lovely porshe and what a lovely price tag! Well, I guess its not fair to have such expensive car like that with an only 300 HP. Hmm! I think they need this porsche need to be more aggressive.

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