The tuner says that total power output has been raised from the standard 680 PS (671 HP) to 770 PS (759 HP), while peak torque is up from 850 Nm (627 lb-ft) to 980 Nm (722 lb-ft). The hybrid Panamera will now hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds, 0.2 seconds faster than before, and max out at 316 km/h (196 mph) instead of 310 km/h (192 mph).
Other mods include the valve-controlled TechArt exhaust, which is said to deliver a deeper and more powerful sound. Speaking of the exhaust, customers will also get four titanium end tubes with the carbon fiber jacket.
By opting for the TechArt GrandGT styling package for the Panamera, customers get a carbon fiber hood, extended wheel arches, contoured side skirts and a significantly wider track. At the rear, there are repositioned reflectors and a chunky diffuser for a more imposing appearance. Meanwhile, the 22-inch Formula V wheels with their multi-spoke design can be fitted not just to the Panamera, but the Cayenne, too.
As for the interior, you can find stitching with colored threads on the seats, matching the exterior styling. Furthermore, you have the sport steering wheel with Acid Green colored drive mode switch (in case you forget you’re driving a hybrid), illuminated door entry guards and aluminum pedals.
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