After Porsche unveiled the Panamera sedan, its racing division and N.Technology started the work on its racing version based on the Panamera S.

And after months of work, the Panamera Racecar was taken out to do some testing for the first time. The official debut will be made at the Superstars Series series set for the Hockenheim ring in Germany on June 12-13, 2010.

Partnering, one again, with N.Technology is Italian touring car legend Fabrizio Giovanardi. Giovanardi has won eight touring car titles including British and European crowns. He will be driving thePorsche Panamera racecar which features the same V8 engine found in the Panamera S, but tuned to deliver 450bhp instead of the standard 394bhp. The racecar has also shed some weight bringing it down to a fancy 1,320kg.

Check out all of the Porsche Panamera’s specifications after the jump.

  • Chassis: Steel frame with aluminum components
  • Engine: V8, front
  • Capacity: 4.8 litres, 4 valves per cylinders
  • Power: 450hp
  • Intake: Single throttle
  • Traction: Rear wheel drive
  • Friction: Carbon double discs diameter 184 mm
  • Gearbox/transmission: 6 gear sequential, self locking ramps and plates differential
  • Brakes: Front 355×35 disc, with 6 pots caliper, Rear 330×32 disc, with 4 pots caliper
  • Steering: Pinion and rack
  • Suspensions: Front double wishbone with 3 ways adjustable dampers, rear four rods multilink with 3 ways adjustable dampers
  • Wheels: Magnesium wheels 10,5×18
  • Tires: Michelin 27/68-18
  • Aerodynamics: Front splitter, front and rear widened fenders, Rear wing (single supplier of the same element for all cars)
  • Weight: 1,320kg

Source: Jon Sibal

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  (647) posted on 06.8.2010

I would really love to see a new 928. It is a model that has been greatly missed. An icon of the 80’s it could and should become a new icon for Porsche.

  (708) posted on 06.7.2010

I guess this car will not be the only sedan manufactured by a sports car company to take to the track. Regarding to news N.Technology has apparently been hard working in transforming the Porsche Panamera S into a veritable racer, and will soon place the car into high-speed competition. Well, I guess this will be great race match up.

  (798) posted on 06.7.2010

well i hope the panamera can give it’s very best on track, and to avoid dissapointments to the team.

  (504) posted on 06.6.2010

Cool even that hatch panamera has be gone into racing. I hope Rapide will also join the race.

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