The other day we noted that tuners are taking on the new Porsche Panamera as fast as they roll off the assembly line. Not one to miss out on any supercar shenanigans, Mansory has now also turned its attention to the four-door GT as a natural project for its recent acquisition of Rinspeed’s tuning arm. The more successful Mansory designs tend to be the all-black models executed in carbon fibre, and the pumped up Panamera is no exception. So far they have not released specs on the engine upgrades, but with Gemballa and Lumma already prepping 700 hp + versions there’s little room for improvement on that score.
On to the aerodynamics then: a new front bumper, bonnet, side skirts and fenders to begin with, with new mean-looking carbon air intakes that can really suck it up. Out back a new carbon diffuser and rear bumper housing a central, dual exit exhaust, and yet another new air intake. The car sits 35mm lower to the ground on a set of 21″ alloys of which various designs are on offer. Inside you can select from a bewildering array of woods, leathers, and hell, why not, even more carbon fibre. Because carbon is now a dirty word everywhere but in the exotic auto world, or so it seems.