TopCar’s Sending This Panamera Stingray GTR To Geneva Hoping To Find A Buyer

If you’re stopping by the 2018 Geneva Motor Show next month, make sure to check out this modded Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid wearing TopCar’s Stingray GTR Edition body kit.

The Stingray GTR Edition kit costs 24,556 euros ($30,206) and consists of a new front bumper, custom air intakes, redesigned DRLs, side skirts, exposed carbon fiber bonnet and diffuser, and a selection of custom wheels.

If you want a bespoke dual-tone leather interior with carbon fiber inserts to go with that body kit, that’s going to up the price considerably. On the other hand, it almost seems as though no expense was spared while designing the cabin, as it features carbon fiber running across the dashboard, on the door panels and steering wheel and there is perforated leather in the seats as well as the door panels. The only thing missing are 24 karat gold elements – which the Russian tuner also has on offer.

So just how much is this car? Unfortunately, we don’t have an exact figure, but we do know that a fully loaded Stingray GTR Edition based on the 2017 Panamera Turbo was priced at €235,000 ($289,000) last year.

Take into account the fact that a Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid is more expensive than the regular Turbo to start with, and it’s safe to assume that the Geneva-bound car will go for over $300,000.

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  • thunder bolt

    This is the result when a company hires a 12 yrs old to waste 300k

    • Bash

      It doesn’t look that bad tbh.

  • roy

    Stingray or stinger ? Seriously the editing

  • SteersUright

    Well thats hideous. Good luck with the sale.

  • dean

    never hire a russian tuner for your car, for your piano maybe, car definitely not

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