Huge bodykit for new four-seat Porsche
1 October 2009

The Porsche Panamera has been given an aggressive makeover by German tuner Lumma Design.

These sketches show the CLR 700GT saloon, which gets wide wheel arch extensions with large intakes behind each wheel. The huge arches house 22-inch dished alloys finished in black and silver.

Cooling vents have been cut out of the bonnet and a fixed rear spoiler replaces the mechanised pop-up Porsche unit.

The Panamera gets extension suspension tweaks and the ride height has been lowered by a significant 35mm.

There are no details yet on performance upgrades to the engine.

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1 October 2009

Hey presto, how to make the awkward, bulbous rear of of the Panamera work:

diffuser, rear wheelarch outlets and a tailgate lip spolier - transforms the look by breaking up the slab of bland nothingness rear apron, making it a proper looking sports car. Just tone down the size of the diffuser and outlets and you're there. Get to work Porsche.

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1 October 2009

How soon do these tuning companys get their hands on a new car?, it seems to me they must get one before we, the public see the official car!

Peter Cavellini.

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