Panamera Turbo, Tuned by Oakley Design

Renowned tuners are working hard on showing their skills having Porsche’s Panamera as the base model. Right at the market introduction of Porsche’s fourth model, British tuning company Oakley Design have released their own interpretation of the Panamera Turbo.

This is the third package after Gemballa’s Mistrale that focused on the bodykit only and 9ff’s vision of both exterior and interior design and engine performances. What could the British bring new with the Oakley Design Panamera Turbo then?

First of all, a number of wind tunnel developed aerodynamic parts and Dymag lightweight carbon fiber wheels. There are also a number of carbon aero parts, including a front spoiler with carbon splitter, while a deeper diffuser was added at the rear.

The original electronic rear spoiler remains, but not intact, as a new carbon cover top section has been added. Traditional for Oakley Design, the roof has a complete carbon fibre panel that includes the full use of the Panamera factory sunroof.

Several changes led to a decrease in the car’s weight, such as a new titanium exhaust system with the Oakley Design logo and 20-inch the Oakley Design and Dymag light weight Carbon Fibre wheels. Altogether, the overall weight is reduced with about 80 kg.

If Gemballa was only planning on further developing the package and boost the car to 750 horsepower, Oakley remapped the engine and modified the exhaust to output 680 horsepower. That of course, if the whole tuning package is applied. That, by the way, makes it the most powerful interpretation of a Panamera so far. After all, 9ff could only make it develop a maximum of 650 horsepower.
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