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Mansory Presents 690-hp Porsche Panamera Turbo

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Koroush Mansory and his organization revealed their second tuning package for the Porsche Panamera Turbo which is just as insane as the first one, but comes with even more power and a new body kit. Let’s start with the engine, where Mansory engineers have deeply modified the standard 500 hp V8 and managed to extract 690 hp / 507 kW of power and over 700 Nm of torque.

With this volcano under that carbon fiber hood, Mansory Panamera goes from zero to 100 km/h in just four seconds and keeps going right up to 328 km/h top speed. To keep it under control at that kind of speed, the tuner provides lightweight 22-inch forged wheels in turbine design, wrapped in grippy tires size 265/30ZR22 at front and 295/25ZR22 at the back.

As for the looks, it is highly exclusive and luxurious in that special Mansroy way, but given the original face of the base car, it’s still far from beautiful. This model comes with a new front skirt sporting an even wider mouth, which makes it even more like a vicious lizard, accompanied by a carbon fiber bonnet. The rear-end looks nicer, as you get a huge carbon fiber air diffuser with a magnificent central exhaust pipe. The standard dynamic rear wing is also replaced with a static one.

Mansory refining program for the interior includes very fine leather upholstery with most precious woods, finest varnish or dynamic carbon trimming. You also get newly designed sports steering wheel and aluminum pedals.

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