Official Techart Panamera Concept One

As discussed before the German tuner TechArt will show a range of progams at the 80th Motor Show in Geneva. Today, they revealed all their information including the Concept One individualization study, based on the Porsche Panamera.

The carrara white exterior package is made of PU-RIM. The front apron with integrated air inlets provides an improved air flow of the charge air intercoolers as well as improved brake cooling. The bonnet with inwrought air outlets, fenders and side skirts give the car a muscular look. Trim strips and trim frames in the windows are small details to the vehicle. The rear apron with integrated air openings, matching diffuser and height-adjustable rear spoiler rounds off the exterior design.

At the rear a double flow, black tail pipe of the stainless steel sports exhaust system is easily noticeable. 22-inch TechArt Formula III forged light alloy wheels in exclusive dull platinum gray with Continental Sport Contact 3 tires are the final touch together with the installation of a daylight driving headlight system.

Under the bonnet the Germans added an engine optic package with carbon fiber engine covering, TechArt logos and flash red coating. The Panamera Turbo got a increased performance of up to 150hp.

On the inside just check out the full leather finish in a cocoa and white color combination, leather applications on trim parts in cerbero as well as manually processed decorative stitching in phosphor green. White carpeting in the vehicle’s interior and trunk, the roof liner in alcantara and the white face with phosphor green digits complete the interior individualization, which is quite handy when you have kids.

As an extra you can get a three-spoke PDK sports steering wheel with shift paddles, a 10.2-inch ceiling monitor with integrated DVD player, a rear center console and two high-quality folding tables built into the front seats will help pass the time in the back seat of the Panamera.

It is uncertain when and if TechArt will offer the package to customers. We do think that if the demand is there, they will start sales for current and future Panamera owners.

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  1. The exterior is a bit tacky for me expecially the front and the wing. The front looks too much like a GTR and a wing doesn’t belong to a sports sedan.


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