2014 Porsche Panamera Facelift by Mansory Has 680 HP

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Mansory has taken the 2014 Porsche Panamera Facelift to its dark corner of the aftermarket world and we are here now to talk about the results of the complex tuning program.
We’ll start with the only side that doesn’t make us want to run for cover, namely the tech part. The 4.8-liter twin-turbo V8 mill of the Panamera Turbo was taken from its stock values of 520 PS and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) to 680 PS and a whopping 900 Nm (665 lb-ft), which arrive between 2,000 and 4,500 rpm.

Thus, the Panamera Turbo’s 3.9-second 0 to 100 km/h /62 mph sprint time (with the optional Sport Chrono Package) is now performed 0.3s quicker. Of course, the in-gear acceleration times show even greater improvements, but the tuner hasn’t published any info on this. As for the top speed, this has been pushed by 10 km/h (6 mph) to 315 km/h (195.6 mph).

There’s no talk about suspension upgrades, but the stock wheels have been replaced with forged units. We are talking about 22-inch wheels sporting a spider web design. Up front, these are wrapped in 263/30/22 tires, while at the rear the rubber comes in a size of 305/25/22.

As usual, Mansory couldn’t help themselves and forced the Porsche sedan to wear a wide bodykit. Yes, somebody actually spent time with a Panamera and thought “hmm... this isn’t wide enough!”. As a result, their Panamera is 70 mm (2.75 inches) more difficult to drive through the city. It’s such a pity that carbon fiber was wasted to build a custom hood and beefier fenders.

The kit goes on with more “in your face” parts, such as the taillights surrounds, but, at least in theory, we should not be worried. Mansory announced it is working on a softer visual package.

Somewhere along the way, the German tuner also took care of the cabin, using materials such as Alcantara and, again, carbon fiber.
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