Porsche Panamera Diesel by McChip-dkr

8 Aug 2012 12:55 am | Cars, Porsche

By far the least potent Panamera, the Porsche Panamera Diesel only delivers a surprisingly low 250 HP. For example, the Porsche Panamera Turbo S has an output of 550 HP, while the Panamera Turbo is proudly backed up by 500 HP. In order for the Panamera Diesel to get a bit more power, McChip DKR have presented a strong upgrade package for the gorgeous car.

Powered by a 3.0-liter V6, the output of the Panamera Diesel has been increased to a more decent 285 HP and 442 lb-ft of torque. The exact time it takes the model to reach 60 mph from a standstill hasn’t yet been made public, but its maximum speed has been increased to 152 mph.

There’s a bit more to this package, like brand new high performance springs signed H&R that lower the Panamera Diesel by 30 millimeters and a brand new set of 22 inch rims shod in Dunlop Sport Maxx GT high performance rubbers.

This upgrade package will raise the morale of those owning a Panamera Diesel for a little bit, as the 35 HP increase in power is quite obvious on the road, especially when backed up by new tires and new springs – still way behind Porsche’s Panamera Turbo and Turbo S though.