Russian tuning company TopCar is about to unveil their brand new Stingray GTR body kit, designed specifically for the second-generation Porsche Panamera.
Unfortunately, TopCar isn’t providing any details except to say that an official press release and more photos will be available soon. Still, a quick look at the car reveals it’s wearing a new front bumper, bonnet, side skirts and a set of custom wheels.
Just like with the old Stingray GTR package, we also expect the new one to boast a redesigned rear bumper and a custom diffuser, though apparently no fixed rear wing.
Of course, all the custom bits are made from carbon fiber, a material that should also find its way inside the new Panamera – on the steering wheel, door panels, center console and dashboard, if the past is any indication.
Looking back, the very first iteration of the Stingray GTR body kit can be found on the first-generation Panamera, both the original 2009 model, as well as the facelifted version which came out in 2013. So if you’re a fan, you’re probably glad to see TopCar back to work on the Panamera.
While pricing for the new body kit remains unknown, the Stingray GTR carbon fiber package cost nearly €50,000 ($55,000) on the old Panamera.