Mansory Makes Porsche Panamera Lower, Wider and Generally More Garish

Body kits are nice, as is more power, a reupholstered interior clad in finer materials, and even changing the badge on a car you didn’t actually build is acceptable.

However, Swiss tuner Mansory has always had its own style and presentation that is not to everybody’s taste – it could be completely devoid of taste, in fact, so the people aren’t to blame.

Just look what at they did to the Porsche Panamera Turbo, a car that wasn’t a looker to begin with now benefits from the availability of one of their kits.

The list of exterior mods kicks off with a passable front bumper with LED DRLs, not necessarily the best choice of (22-inch) rims, and a widebody kit that looks so ridiculously out of place on the Panamera that nobody will ever again doubt the fact that you have a reproductive organ of insufficient girth

The rear bumper doesn’t even follow the natural tapering shape of the car and looks far too square, ruining the already questionable aesthetics of the car’s behind.

At least they also upped the power, to help carry the extra carbon fiber, plastic and contrasting stitching that they’ve added. The figure has been upped to 680 horses, and this now enables the car to sprint to sixty in around three and a half seconds.

By Andrei Nedelea

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