Porsche Panamera Transformed Into Sinister 710-HP Super Sedan
But before we get onto performance, let’s get onto the obvious changes – namely those to the styling. The Aerokit, as TechArt is calling it, has wheel arch extensions, a new front apron with an integrated splitter, a front spoiler with larger air intakes, a carbon fiber hood, and a new diffuser with four fins. You also get titanium exhaust finishers with carbon covers and of course, a rear spoiler. As a result, the car is 50 millimeters wider in front and 80 mm wider at the rear. The changes are complemented by a choice of three 22-inch wheel designs: Formula VI, Formula V, and Daytona II.
As usual, there are interior upgrades available too. Contrasting underlaid leather mixed with perforated leather finishes and loads of Alcantara gives the cabin a premium feel while contrasting piping adds a sporty touch. The steering wheel is also refinished, and the trim elements can be finished in a variety of ways, including with carbon fiber.