Due to its shape, the first-gen Porsche Panamera doesn’t exactly lend itself to bodywork tuning.
Still, the owner of this Panamera wanted to stand out, so they fitted a Prior Design body kit. This makes the whole car look more aggressive (we said aggressive, not [email protected], okay?) and is joined by a Fostla-applied chameleon-like vinyl wrapping, something that used to be appreciated among enthusiasts back in the 1990s.
This Panamera has also been fitted with a sportier exhaust and an air suspension, which brings the entire body closer to the ground. It also sits on a pair of 9×22-inch front and 10.5×22-inch rear wheels. Called Savini BM 14, the rims have a glossy black finish and are shod with 255/30 and 295/25 front and rear tires, respectively.
Care to guess how much these upgrades cost? Well, that would be a rather hefty €26,000 ($30,085), or about the same as a new Volkswagen Tiguan in Germany.
Sure, if you can afford to own and run a Panamera, you might be able to fork out that sum. The thing is, while the Panamera was indeed an excellent sports saloon marred by an ungainly design, this particular wrap and body kit… well, let’s just say they don’t really improve the styling, do they?