Kahn Design has a thing for sticking to certain models until they have provided a number of solutions to the standard look. Their focus is usually on improving the overall look for the exterior and interior of the vehicle and we can’t think of a time when this British tuning firm has failed us. Earlier this year, they provided the world with their RS600 package for the Porsche Panamera that brought out the sportier and more aggressive side to the sports sedan and now a second package is rolling out of their grounds. This time, styling is the only focus with the result being a lower, longer, and wider Panamera.

The overall bigger look of the Panamera begins with the wheels found on the previously mentioned RS600 package. These wheels cement the stance of the Panamera, which is then accentuated by a 10 piece wide-arch kit, rear roof spoiler, and front and rear air dams. Further styling is provided with integrated front LEDs with vents. Inside the luxury sports sedan is a customary blend of leather, carbon, and wood.

In a sports sedan that already features a 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 300 horsepower and 295 lb/ft of torque, it’s the small styling additions such as the ones provided by Kahn that can truly polish it off just right.

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  (211) posted on 07.21.2011

The engine used is still outdated. I don’t think that there modification is kind of obvious. However, its a nice thing that they offer a boost in the power performance!

  (498) posted on 07.21.2011

The styling of the Panamera is quite impressive though I prefer the Turbo S instead! BTW, it a good thing that they offer a engine upgrade here for this car.

  (692) posted on 07.1.2011

Yeah, you’re right, they have been doing quite a lot of Panameras in the last few months. And it seems that Porsche is their favorite maker, since they have also done other models a lot.

  (458) posted on 06.29.2011

Looks like the Panamera is starting to be one of Kahn’s favorite when it comes to base cars. I think that this is probably the fifth or sixth time that they did this ride.

  (446) posted on 06.28.2011

Well, I think that this one is purely an aesthetic package, so it is really no use to try and look for performance upgrades here. Still, it is a very nice looking car.

  (302) posted on 06.28.2011

Hey wait, Kahn Design is the same one as Project Kahn, right? So I am not really wondering why they didn’t make any adjustments on the engine. But still, this one looks great.

  (798) posted on 06.27.2011

What can I say, Kahn definitely did it again on this one. And I am not really bothered with the lakc of engine upgrades for this, since the looks more than make up for it.

  (594) posted on 06.27.2011

As expected, this is definitely one of the best takes on the Panamera that I have seen in a while. I really like how the black color of this one adds a lot of aggressiveness to the car.

  (434) posted on 06.27.2011

Well, Im not really impressed with this model. And I hate when aftermarket company tries to make a modification only with the looks of the car.. I would love to see a boost in the power of this car.

  (448) posted on 06.27.2011

Oh! Its the Kahn Design again! Just recently, I have read that they are out with a modified version of Audi TT that looks like a replica of R8.lol I’m not really fan of the Panamera. Its better to stare at them!

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