Porsche Panamera GTS by Anderson Germany

7 Aug 2012 10:34 am | Cars, Porsche

There used to be a huge gap between the Porsche Panamera 4S, delivering 394 HP, and the Panamera Turbo, developing 493 HP, so the fabled brand thought of filling it with another model. Thus, the Porsche Panamera GTS was born, with an output of 424 HP, backed by a naturally aspirated 4.8-liter V8 engine. They even say the GTS is the “sportiest model in the range”, but it seems like this isn’t enough for the German tuner Anderson Germany, which thought of adding a few more muscle to the car.

They’ve upgraded the engine’s software of the GTS and added a three-stage adjustable sports exhaust system. These changes upped the GTS’ power to 501 HP. In addition, a new electronic module gives the driver the ability to adjust the Panamera GTS’ height-adjustable suspension by an extra 30 mm.

The stock wheels were off vogue, as Anderson probably considered, thus they’ve included a brand new set of huge 22 inch alloys wrapped in 265/30 – 22 rubbers at the front and 295/25 – 22 at the rear axle. The wheels were the ultimate touch to a body already pumped up with a new body kit that includes headlamp surrounds, side skirts, new rear bumper trim, a rear apron housing a diffuser, tail light trim, and a redesigned front bumper with an apron. The interior was redone as well, combining Alcantara, leather and contrasting, white diamond stitching.

In addition, a few more touches have been included in the package, like footwell lighting in the front and back, with dimming function, a top notch sound system with a powerful amplifier, subwoofer and an array of speakers, new entry sills on the doors and diverse white carbon fiber trim pieces.

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