The Porsche Panamera is becoming a popular choice among tuners and the results are usually quite interesting. Russia-based TopCar Design’s latest take on the 971 Panamera, which it dubs the Stingray GTR edition, is no exception.
This redesign of the Panamera is quite conclusive and includes a collection of custom carbon-fibre panels. The air intakes and rear diffuser have also increased in size.
A close look at the rear doors also shows that the conventional handles have been replaced with retractable ones, most likely to create the illusion of a two-door coupé. As for the wheels, customers will be able to select alloys supplied by HRE and Advan, depending on their preference.
Although no images have been supplied, the interior also apparently gains an array of custom parts, making use of materials such as fine leather, crocodile leather, carbon-fibre, precious wood and 24-carat gold.
Since the model you see here is based on the Panamera Turbo, TopCar also got to work on the 4,0-litre V8, tuning it to deliver 484 kW (80 kW more than standard).
The body kit, however, is available for Panamera derivatives throughout the range and costs some €24 556 (about R370 000).