TechArt will proudly present its Concept One design study at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. The study is based on the Porsche Panamera and offers individualisation programmes that ensure the car does not simply blend in with the rest. A different TechArt Panamera was shown at Frankfurt in 2009.
Pieces are seamlessly integrated into the main bodywork for a factory look. One example is the front apron with integrated air inlets that also serve to provide a better air flow for the intercoolers. Also, the lights package combines "daylight headlights," parking lights and turn signal lights as an LED system unit in one housing assembly.
Fenders and side skirts integrate easily with the wheel arches while at the rear the height-adjustable spoiler goes well with the diffuser and four tailpipes. Rounding off are 22-inch forged light alloy wheels in a dull platinum grey colour.
The engine features a carbon fibre cover. For the range-topping Panamera Turbo the standard 368kW (500 PS / 493 hp) is supplemented with an additional 110kW (150 PS / 148 hp). Naturally, TechArt is withholding the details until Geneva.
Some interior luxury is provided courtesy of full leather finish in a cocoa and white colour combination, alcantara roof lining, an optional 3-spoke PDK sports steering wheel and an optional 10.2-inch ceiling monitor with integrated DVD player.
"Concept One provides an exclusive outlook on our second individualisation level for the Porsche Panamera model range," states Thomas Behringer, general manager of TechArt, "which is noticeably different from the first subtle program. The study is defined by concepts such as strength, individuality and self-consciousness, and clearly reflects our customers' requirements for uniqueness and sportiness. The Motor Show in Geneva is precisely the perfect platform for presenting the design concept to the world's public."