Project Kahn Porsche Panamera
Project Kahn's Porsche Panamera

Afzal Kahn has been at it again, this time to take a Porsche Panamera beyond its standard styling and performance to produce an experience designed to drive your desire.

With Project kahn's Porsche Panamera, the recognisable outline is still apparent, but it sees a Kahn lowering suspension system, a slightly modified rear bumper, bullet side vents, sports exhaust and unique RS-600 wheels.

Another unique feature of this model is the interior, which has been upgraded with A. Kahn Design’s customary blend of leather, carbon and wood which is proving to be a real sensation!

Afzal Kahn's view of the Porsche Panamera's 3.6 V6 engine is that it is one of the best engines available today, and as such, decided tuning options for this particular vehicle are simply not viable - for the time being anyway.

Featuring Direct Fuel Injection (DFI) developing maximum output of 300 hp and peak torque of 400 Nm - the V6 engine sits snugly beneath the sleek bonnet and, following the Porsche tradition, the Panamera transmits its power to the road via the rear wheels and comes as standard with active all-wheel drive. Project Kahn has a tradition of making super-sport versions of successful models. As one of the UK’s leading design houses, they recognise the importance of staying true to the original design themes of cutting edge luxury vehicles, while evolving them to achieve a new and dynamic appearance.


Published : 06/04/11 Author : Staff

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