Porsche Panamera Touched by Cargraphic

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Last month, Porsche introduced an entry level for the Panamera, equipped with a 3.6 liter V6 engine developing 300 HP and 400 Nm of torque. It seems like tuners are ashamed of the fact that the premium saloon has been brought to the power level of a hot hatch and are making (more or less efficient) efforts to compensate this.

For example, Cargraphic has released a power upgrade for the flagship Panamera, the Turbo. When it leaves the factory, the Panamera Turbo’s 4.8 liter engine produces 500 HP and 700 Nm of torque. Cargraphic adds 50 HP and 75 Nm to those values, through the use of a DMA control unit and a set of sport air filters.

The power is sent to the road using the car’s standard seven speed, dual clutch PDK gearbox and its all wheel drive system. The upgrade should send the Panamera past the 100 km/h mark in under four seconds and offer it a top speed that plays in 190+ mph league. The Cargraphic power package has a price of $ 2,035 (VAT included).

The German tuning house also offers a wide range of alloy rims for the Panamera. Customers can choose from multiple models, such as the 19 inch IS-ONE “flow-forming” rims, the 22 inch three-piece GT and GT-R and the 22 inch I-10 forged wheels. The tuner lets customers choose the color of the rims.

Customers who want a bespoke appearance for their Panamera can choose other Cargraphic parts, like the $1,900 electronic suspension lowering module that the tuner offers. This lowers the front end of the saloon by 30mm and its rear axle by 20mm.
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