3 New Programs From TECHART

Hot on the heels of the GTStreet R customization (actually they were all announced at the same time), TECHART has released information on three more customization options for Porsche cars. Two are for the Porsche Panamera and one is for the Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S.

I’m liking TECHART’s approach more and more. I love their styling, the subtle additions that enhance the racing prowess of the cars and the interior styling. These have got to be a sight to see at the Geneva Auto Show where they’re making their debut.

TECHART Concept One for Porsche Panamera

The first is what TECHART is calling the Concept One individualization study. What I can gather from the press release shows some possible performance increases with a 150 hp boost, but I think the focus is more on the exterior and interior treatments. Outside, they’ve added some nice trim pieces with redesigned front and rear aprons. Custom tail pipes, spoiler and integrated air openings both front and back actually serve useful purposes as well as complimenting the overall look.

What really gets me is the interior in this car. It reminds me of some of the Gemballa interiors from the 80’s without the extreme in your face nature of them. The white interior with black accents looks pretty striking. They’ve also added some “comfort” for the rear seated passengers such as a 10.2″ ceiling monitor with integrate DVD player, a rear console and folding tables built into the front seats.

TECHART Program for Porsche Panamera

Essentially this is the same program TECHART was offering for the Porsche Panamera, only now it’s been extended to include the Panamera S and 4S models. Options such as the Aerodynamic Kit I include a triple-part front spoiler, side sills, rear wing and rear diffuser and TECHART dual tail pipes. There are some suggested wheel options matched to recommended tires and boost options.

This is more of subtle kit to set your Porsche Panamera apart a bit from the rest. Nice looking, for sure, but nothing that is going to cause heads to snap around. This applies to the interior as well. The base treatments are more nice touches than radical improvements you’ll notice right away, in my opinion.

TECHART Individualization for Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S

The last on the list for today is the TECHART options for the new Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S. I’ve got mixed feelings about the photos I’m looking at for this package. On one hand, they do make the car even meaner looking, but on the other, there’s something about Porsche’s stock styling of the 911 Turbo and Turbo S. Personally, I think it’d be foolish to apply this package to the 911 Turbo S given it’s potential collector status. Course I feel the same way about the Carrera GT. Guess that’s how those of us without unlimited funds think.

Most of the upgrades are external attempting to improve the 911 Turbo design through reduced aerodynamic lift, better cooling through airflow optimization and better lighting options. There are two Aerodynamic Kits available along with the usual TECHART wheels and suggested tire options. Some minor interior enhancements compliment the treatment.

An interesting application of their individualization program was made to the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet for the Geneva Auto Show. Don’t see too many tuners showcasing their products on a cabriolet, so that’s a welcome addition.

Still on the fence on this one.

[Source & Images: Press.Techart.de]


  1. Lovely looking panamera.. but where is the rear diffuser? well they might need it to improve it’s handling, with this kind of performance handling is very helpful to it.

  2. LOVE the (exterior) of the white Panamera.
    Interior… not so much.