TechArt has recently unveiled a customization program for the facelifted version of the Porsche Panamera.
After showing us the second generation of the Porsche Cayman with new upgrades, which will be introduced at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show next week, the aftermarket specialists at TechArt have decided to tweak yet another model from the same carmaker, the recently facelifted Porsche Panamera. The vehicle in question has received the GrandGT package which is bringing an aerodynamic body kit made from carbon fiber and polyurethane RIM. Changes include the new headlights, the upgraded side skirts, new carbon fiber hood with more vents, wheel arch extensions, roof spoiler, diffuser and rear apron with air vents.
TechArt says that the upgraded Porsche Panamera is also coming with a custom stainless steel quad exhaust system with integrated valve control, 20- to 22-inch rims, a three spoke steering wheel in the cabin, leather upholstery, carbon fiber inserts, fold away tables and two 7-inch screens, amongst others. A power boost will also become available for the Panamera Turbo, which will bring the total output from 520 HP (388 kW) to 580 HP (432 kW). Additional details on the upgrade package, including its price list, remain unknown for the moment.