Porsche Panamera Turbo by Oakley Design
While the Porsche tuners Gemballa are trying their hand at modifying the Panamera with the Mistrale Concept that we showed you last week and the top speed seeking tuners at 9ff have their own tuned version of the Porsche Panamera; the English tuner Oakley Design may be a little late to the game, being the third shop to come up with a customization package for the new four door Porsche, but they are surely not the last.
Oakley Design is focusing on improving both aerodynamics and performance of the Panamera by fitting the Porsche with a host of lightweight carbon fiber parts like the front spoiler with integrated carbon fiber splitter, a set of lower hanging side skirts and a deeper diffuser out back. The new rear spoiler is also mostly made of the lightweight black stuff and the weave has also been incorporated into the roof, effectively lowering the car’s center of gravity. The exhaust system is replaced with a titanium unit that shaves over 80 pounds from the car’s curb weight while dressing up the rear with two pairs of exhaust pipes. However the highlight of Oakley’s design are the 20 inch Dymag lightweight carbon fiber wheels in the RS Spyder Design.
By the time the English tuners are done fiddling with the engine you can expect output packages that range from 580 HP with a simple reflash of the ECU and a modified exhaust to an insane 680 HP for a fully modified Panamera Turbo.
Source: GT Spirit