Big Player - Widebody Porsche Panamera from SR66 Design!

After it was quiet for a while for the SR66 Design team from Wałbrzych in Poland, the tuner now comes around the corner with a new project. In fact, they have developed an extensive body kit for the lifted variant of the Porsche Panamera (970.2) of the first generation. And the body kit is quite successful, as we find, and makes the somewhat older Panamera look much fresher. The kit can be seen on a 2013 copy of a Panamera Turbo which has also received further changes. But first we come to the SR66 design widebody kit. The front apron is completely new and has a front spoiler. The standard double LED daytime running lights were taken over directly from the factory, but placed a little deeper into the enlarged air intakes. Of course, the large central air intake of the new apron is particularly striking.

patch fender flares

It continues with distinctive fender flares all around and matching side skirts are included. And you also came up with something for the rear. Here, while retaining the standard rear apron, a large diffuser attachment is installed and the tailgate is also given a small ducktail spoiler lip. The main feature, however, is the widening of the rear fenders, which, like the attachments for the front, are attached without exposed screw connections. And finally, a matching bonnet was also created. In essence, it is identical to the series, but the visible power dome is bulged a number more and so it fits the overall significantly more massive body of the modified Panamera.

all important functions are retained

Wide body kit for Porsche Panamera Turbo 970.2

Incidentally, all important functions such as the original parking sensors, optional cameras and even the radar function from the Distronic Distance Cruise Control (ACC) are still integrated in the body kit. And the components are also mounted on the original mounting points so that far-reaching changes are not necessary and, if necessary, retrofitting can also be carried out. We do not currently know whether this also applies to the wheel arch extensions. We know that the Panamera got a lowering with a KW lowering module and there was also a performance increase for the 4,8-liter turbo V8. If we receive timely information on further changes to the widebody Porsche Panamera from SR66 Design, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!

(Photos: SR66 design)

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