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speedART Porsche Panamera Turbo revealed

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speedART finally revealed images and details of their much anticipated tuning package for the Porsche Panamera. Based on the Panamera Turbo model, it’s called the PS9-650, in which 650 stands for the power of the car. The package also includes some nice cosmetic changes with a new front spoiler, side skirts rear diffuser and fixed wing, and four tailpipes.

The turbocharged V8 engine of the Panamera (which has 500 hp as standard) has been deeply modified to give 650 horsepower and 656 lb-ft of torque. Some of those mods include bigger turbochargers, air intake with sport filter, remapped ECU, and sport exhaust system with active mufflers which give you control over the noise they make!

The result of this huge power is plain to see: 0 to 100 km/h is done within 3.5 seconds and flat out it’ll keep going to 320+ km/h.

And to make sure that you can stop as good as you can accelerate with this car, they’ve fitted it with a high performance braking system with 380mm discs and 6-piston calipers.

For the interior, although carbon fiber is on trend these days, speedART has took a more traditional approach and offers black leather upholstery with red stitching plus wood trimming all over the cabin. You also get a F1-style sport steering wheel.

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