German tuning firm launches its new Panamera package at Frankfurt
18 September 2009

German tuning firm Techart has shown off its styling package for the Porsche Panamera at the Frankfurt motor show.

The Aerokit I adds a new front spoiler and integrated brake air ducting, which reduces lift and improves the cooling of the brakes. It also features a new rear diffuser, stainless steel exhaust system, a fixed rear wing, new side sills and the choice of 20- or 21-inch alloy wheels.

See the high-res Techart Porsche Panamera picture gallery

For Panaerma Turbo models, a LED light package is offered, which incorporates its daytime running lights, sidelights, indicators and parking lights in the same system. The system features an automatic dimming function.

Interior upgrades include two-tone leather seats, Alcantara headlining, a sports steering wheel, wood trim and an instrument cluster to match the interior colour.

The styling package will be available from December, but no prices for the upgrade have been announced.

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