It was bound to happen – German tuners get their hands on the Porsche Panamera
Porsches are quickly becoming the most tuned cars on the market. Perhaps itâ€™s national pride from the predominantly German tuning industry, but there seems to be no end to the modified 911s and tweaked Cayenne SUVs.
And now the inevitable has happened â€“ a Porsche Panameraâ€™s had the same treatment. Deutschland-based tuner Gemballa is responsible for this, the Mistrale. Itâ€™s not finished yet, but these pictures give a clue as to what we can expect.
New bumpers, a big rear diffuser, quad exhausts (made of stainless steel, no less) and typically showy 22in wheels are more typical changes, while what appears to be a BMW M3 coupe-aping carbon roof could be on the cards judging by these pictures.
There arenâ€™t any details on performance or dynamic enhancements just yet, but the air intakes on the bonnet suggest something more potent lies beneath. Good job, really, because now that Gemballaâ€™s kicked things off thereâ€™s bound to be an abundance of rival tunersâ€™ Panameras just around the corner. Happy days.