That’s exactly what the Russian firm is offering with this GTR Carbon Edition 1/3 tune. Almost every surface has been touched up with carbon fiber, from the front and rear fascias to the side skirts, bonnet, mirror covers, wing, vents – even the license plate support.
The kit itself also adds redesigned DRLs and a selection of custom wheels. You can always get the kit without carbon fiber, which would set you back “only” 24,520 euros ($30,113), as opposed to 33,270 euros ($40,859) for the whole package.
Despite not being able to see inside, we assume this car is more than well endowed when it comes to plush and luxurious materials. Carbon fiber should, of course, take center stage, but 24 karat gold elements are always a possibility with TopCar.
While the tuned Panamera looks better decked out in carbon, do you think it’s worth the $10k premium over the ‘stock’ undoubtedly more exclusive than the ‘stock’ Stingray GTR?