TechArt Individualization Program for the Porsche Panamera Trio – More Pictures & Details
It was inevitable that the aftermarket tuners would swarm around the new Porsche Panamera like sharks waiting to consume their prey. The packages that have resulted have spanned the gamut from rocket ships like the Lumma Design CLR-700GT to slightly more subtle creations like the 9ff Panamera PT-65 Turbo and Gemballa Mistrale. TechArt is often the most subtle of the usual suspects and their Porsche Panamera debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show took the middle road with a styling package aimed at the discriminating consumer.
Now, TechArt has release some new pictures and details on their official Individualization Program for the Porsche Panamera. The body kit (Aerokit I) includes a new front fascia with integrated daytime running lights, front spoiler, side sills, rear diffuser and fixed rear wing. The super sedan rides on 21-inch Formula or 22-inch Formula II light alloy wheels.
Inside, TechArt, known for their ridiculous number of customization options, is offering two-tone leather upholstery in teak and black, Alcantara headliners, interior color-matched roof handles and foot mats with teak colored leather edging, lots of decorative stitching with matching yarn, exotic wood trim and a sports steering wheel. It you’ve got the coin, opt for the ash veneer (which incorporates a “tactile grain”) to panel the doors, dashboard and center console.
TechArt likes to take their time when it comes to engine modifications but we hope to see something in the coming months. If you weren’t able to make the show in Frankfurt, don’t fret, the TechArt Porsche Panamera Turbo will make an encore appearance at the Geneva Motor Show in March.