[VIDEO] Porsche Panamera GP-870 by No Limit Customs
The Porsche Panamera GP-870 in question, modified by No Limit Customs, has been recently caught on camera while it was being parked near Meilenwerk in Stuttgart.
The stock Porsche Panamera is one hot ride to own, even if some of you might consider it ugly but compare its interior design to the one of the Maserati Quattroporte or compare its price with the Aston Martin Rapide and you will quickly figure it out that this is the best choice. But if the standard version of the Porsche Panamera is quite interesting, that doesn’t mean that the model should be tuned.
A version of the Porsche Panamera, named the GP-870, was recently modified by No Limit Customs and it was fitted with a carbon fiber body kit, which is compatible with all Panamera models from 2009 and forward. The carbon fiber body kit includes a ventilated hood, a new front bumper, modified side skirts, a different rear bumper with an integrated diffuser and a tailgate mounted spoiler. The overall design is completed by a sports exhaust system and by the 9.5x2-inch (265/30 tires) at front and 11x22 (315/25 tires) at the back. The stock version of the Porsche Panamera looks way better if you ask me.
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