Porsche Panamera Wide Track Edition by Project KahnFri, 27 Jan 2012
The wide body Porsche Panamera by Project Kahn
Bradford tuners Project Kahn have created the Porsche Panamera Wide Body Edition with a decent-looking body kit and interior re-trim.
There was a time when you expected anything that dropped in to the inbox from Project Kahn to be a bejewelled and bewinged version of one Range Rover or another. But no more, as Afzal Kahn has taken a liking to other marques, in this case the Porsche Panamera.
And actually, the changes Kahn has made to the Panamera make it look pretty good. By widening the Panamera by adding wide vented front and rear wheel arches, Kahn has managed to take away some of the Panamera’s blobbiness; it looks better proportioned.
The exterior cosmetic changes continue with matching sills for the bigger wheel arches, an integrated air dam and lower boot wing. There’s also a lowered sports suspension, red brake callipers, 22″ Kahn RS600 alloys, sports exhaust and privacy glass to top of what is a good look for the Panamera.
Kahn has also sent us photos of the interior of this wide body Panamera, complete with a makeover in claret coloured quilted and perforated leather, although Kahn will always cater top the tastes of its customer, so whatever floats your boat can be done.
This particular Panamera – the one with the half a million pound F1 number plate that use to belong to Essex Council – is up for grabs at £86,875.
Minus the plate.
(7 photos – click any thumbnail for full gallery)
By Cars UK