Porsche Panamera 4S Straps On ‘Tarmac’ (i.e. Black) Custom Wheels

Want to make your Porsche Panamera embrace the dark side? Then make sure to match its dark exterior to a set of black wheels, as many car owners seem to want to do nowadays.

This Panamera 4S serves as a perfect example of that, since it appears to be wearing a Volcano Grey exterior, matching up just fine with the FF04 HRE wheels in Tarmac color.

According to HRE themselves, the Tarmac hue is actually a Satin Black with a slight sheen to it. Meanwhile, the wheels come in sizes 19″ and 20″, the former priced at $625 each and the latter at $675, with customers able to choose between 30 different colors.

Now, if you can afford a Panamera, you probably have no issue acquiring a set of custom wheels if you so desire. And since this is a 4S, it sure has the go to go with the show.

The Panamera 4S is powered by a biturbo 2.9-liter V6 producing 440 PS (434 HP) and 550 Nm (406 lb-ft) of torque. That’s enough to get you from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 4.4 seconds, or 4.2 seconds if you get the Sport Chrono Package. As for its top speed, that would be an Autobahn-or race-track-only 289 km/h (180 mph).

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  • TheBelltower

    HRE makes some of the best wheels. And these look really nice on this Porsche.

  • Dennis James

    These really enhance the regular look of the Panamera, unlike other aftermarket wheels.

  • europeon

    I had to look twice at the pictures to realize it’s indeed a Panamera, not a Charger.

  • Major Lee Gassole

    Is it just me or do the proportions look a bit off? You know, proper choice of wheel/sidewall.

    • nastinupe

      Yeah. The sidewall is a little thicker than what we are used to seeing with aftermarket wheels. It could stand to be a tad bit thinner. The black lip probably doesn’t help either. It creates the illusion that the lip is part of the tire. Probably needs to be a steel color or something.

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