It’s always interesting when one tuning firm completes a project and that same project gets another once-over from a different company. We’ve just seen this scenario with the Mercedes-Benz G 55 AMG Hamann Typhoon and Specialty Car Craft’s own interpretation of the vehicle, and now Platinum Motorsport is doing the same thing with a Porsche Panamera tuned by Mansory.

The Panamera started its day with the Mansory kit which includes a new front skirt with adapted LED daytime running lights, a striking bonnet made of carbon fiber, an enormous carbon diffuser, centrally located double end pipes, and 21-inch rims on Michelin Pilot Sport tires. The 4.8L engine was already pumped up with an ECU upgrade, larger turbo chargers, and a stainless steel sports exhaust system that increased the output from 500 HP to 690 HP. With the new output, the sprint from 0 to 60 mph is made in less than 4 seconds, while top speed goes of 204 mph.

Yes, that kit does seem to be complete already, but Platinum Motorsport thought it better to provide the sports sedan with a new set of 22" Agetro M140 painted in black and a sleek black exterior paint job. They say that sometimes by giving a little, you get a lot; we think these minor modifications illustrate that point.

  • 2011 Porsche Panamera by Platinum Motorsport
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    4800 L
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    4 sec.
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    204 mph
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  (399) posted on 09.2.2011

Hell, That’s quite an impressive upgrade from this tuning company. I would say that this is more powerful as the original concept.

  (727) posted on 09.2.2011

Well, the good thing was the Platinum Motorsport has offer an impressive modification on the car. However,i don’t think that it would be as better as the Turbo engine.

  (384) posted on 07.26.2011

Hell! It seems that the upgraded version on the specs of the car is quite impressive. I was amazed on its produced power, and it seems to be faster on 0-60 mph. 

  (579) posted on 07.26.2011

The Platinum Motorsport had made an impressive modification and upgrade for the car. However, too bad that the traditional Panamera is not that powerful compare to their Turbocharged engine like the Turbo S. 

  (441) posted on 07.20.2011

Unlike the McLaren 12C, the designed of the car wasn’t based from Science this is literally an awesome and sporty car. The speed performance of the Panamera is very impressive no wonder why it can blast in the race track.

  (458) posted on 07.20.2011

Now for now.. recently I have seen Porsche Panache Turbo and Panamera S driving along the road. The engine performance of the car is very impressive! Well, I guess that’s what you get from the creator of a high speed performing vehicle like the 911.

  (320) posted on 06.30.2011

Yeah I agree. Although, this aftermarket company makes an awesome modification for this car, still I can’t figure out on why it doesn’t sell well? The styling and its performance are both incredible!

  (594) posted on 06.30.2011

I have seen a lot of aftermarket version of this vehicle but I haven’t seen much of this car run in the road not even in the NYC! Well, I guess its production are parked in the garage/ warehouse waiting for spring!

  (415) posted on 05.16.2011

Well, back to this baby. I really like how they have upgraded the car. The whole thing really looked cool in black, and those performance upgrades are something.

  (692) posted on 05.13.2011

I think the Baby Panamera, or Pajun as they call it, is still in the works. As far as I know, that one isn’t going to be that much different from the standard Panamera, except that it will have a smaller engine.

  (417) posted on 05.11.2011

Well, if you think of it, the Panamera is one of their more successful models, so they would really give it a lot of attention. But I do agree that it’s about time that they work on their other models.

  (368) posted on 05.11.2011

It seems that Platinum Motorsport likes to modified and upgraded the Porsche car or they have an exclusive contract on this car manufacturer? Well, as expected I’m quite impressed with the boost power for this aftermarket production though I haven’t seen a big change for the exterior of the car.

  (815) posted on 05.10.2011

It seems that Porsche has been focusing too much in upgrading and modifying the Panamera. I find it kind of good at least not all the attention is on the Cayenne. BTW, I wonder what happens to the production of "Baby Panamera" that they have said last month..I can smell a small version of SUV here!

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