speedART presents the PS9
posted on: Nov 28, 2009 on category: Panamera

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The Essen Motor Show is just days away, and all of Europe’s tuners are set to unveil their latest and greatest aftermarket parts at Germany’s version of SEMA. One of those companies will be speedArt, which will be introducing its new performance and appearance packages for the 2010 Porsche Panamera.

Power kits (just for Turbo engine):
Power kits with 520, 550, 600 and 650 hp up to 890 Nm consits of bigger turbo chargers and intercoolers (just 600 + 650 hp), sport exhaust with sound switch, sport catalysts, sport air filter and ECU update. The 650 hp car accelerates in 3.5 seconds from 0 – 62 mph and the top speed is over 200 mph.

Sport brake system with modular 380 mm discs and 6 piston brake calipers

– sport exhaust systems; optional with sound switch control
– sport catalyst (OBD2-compliant) for impressive 8 cylinder sound and more power and torque
– different design twin tail pipes, polished or matt black

fully CAD designed body kit consists of:
– front chin spoiler for more downforce with integrated brake cooling system
– engine hood air outlets
– rear diffuser for enhanced down force and a very sportive design
– rear bumper with air outlets on the side to give the back a racy look and to interrupt the big curves of the factory-provided back
– side skirts for a wide body look
– rear spoiler on rear bonnet for optimized downforce and an impressive styling

– speedART designed three-pieces forged wheel in 22″ with 23″ center star, type „LSC FORGED” in 9,5 + 11 x 22″ with 265/35 and 305/25 ZR22″ tyres, many colored versions available


– upholstered sport steering wheel with F1-shift paddles (available in 340 mm and 365 mm with aluminium-, wood- or carbon inlays)
– real-carbon body trim in special colours
– colored stiches on door panels and seats (many colors availiable)
– instrument dial plates (many colors availiable)
– design floor mats


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