Kahn Design has given the Porsche Panamera a wide track makeover, complete with billet aluminium detailing, chunky wheel arch extensions and 22-inch wheels - not to mention a vivid red interior finish.
Beyond the wheel arches - no mean feat given the number of shut lines at the rear - Kahn has also changed the rear air damn and fitted a lower boot spoiler.
The overall look is complemented by lowered suspension, tinted rear lights and windows, red brake calipers and billet aluminium side vents, and finished by a Kahn custom quad-exhaust system with 'crosshair' tailpipes.
The wheels are a 22-inch Kahn RS600 design. As with everything else about the car they can be completed in whatever colour you like. A neat touch, however, is that the original centre caps still fit in the middle.
Perhaps the most attention grabbing aspect of the grey car is the interior.Complete with quilted and perforated 'claret' leather, and colour matched dials it certainly gives this particular Porsche a unique ambience - which is entirely the point of such bespoke modification.
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