Garish blue and yellow Porsche Panamera Turbo is the work of controversial tuning firm Mansory
8 June 2010

Controversial tuning firm Mansory has revealed its latest garish creation, the Mansory Porsche Panamera Turbo.

The Swiss firm has finished its Panamera in a striking bright blue colour with yellow trim inside and out.

Other exterior additions include a carbonfibre bonnet, new front and rear spoilers, wider wheel arches and a new carbonfibre diffuser.

See pictures of the Mansory Porsche Panamera Turbo

The full leather interior also comes in blue and yellow and can be specced with either wood or carbonfibre trim. Aluminium pedals also feature.

Mansory hasn’t just changed the Panamera’s styling, however. Power has been increased to 681bhp, up from the standard car’s 493bhp. Torque has also been increased to 590lb ft.

These increases have been achieved by remapping the ECU, adding larger turbochargers and by fitting a new sports exhaust.

As a result, the Panamera Turbo can get from 0-62mph in 4.0ses (0.2sec faster than the standard car) and reach a top speed of 203mph (15mph faster than the standard car).

The car is available to order now, although no pricing has been revealed.

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8 June 2010

Max Power - tastic

8 June 2010

These people are clearly funded by Porsche - they make the official product almost look tasteful (in comparison at least).

8 June 2010

If ever you needed proof that money cannot buy good taste.....

8 June 2010

three words:


8 June 2010

Making a regurgitated dogs breakfast out of a dogs breakfast . The Arabians will love the bling of it .

Truly tasteless .

8 June 2010

[quote uk_supercar_fan]three words:[/quote]

three more ....

WTF ???


8 June 2010

Just when you thought the Panamera couldn't get any uglier...

8 June 2010

Ugly or not this will sell like Camel burgers in McD's in the Arab states and surrounding rich countries, yes nobody in Europe will buy one, but in that part of the World,no problem.

Peter Cavellini.

8 June 2010

I'm not a particularly violent man, but anyone who resorts to upholstering their Panamera in that truly hideous way, deserves a slap to the face with the back of a big hand!

As a couple of people have mentioned, this will be lapped up in the Arab States

8 June 2010

I've changed my mind.

The original Panermera is a thing of beauty. Well, compared to this it is anyway!

Footballers heaven I would think. Surely no one in their right mind would spec a car this way....!

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