A whole swathe of modifications to the Panamera S has transformed it into a beast.
After taking the Panamera Turbo and giving it a complete performance and aerodynamics makeover, it was only a matter of time before Edo Competition to took on the 400hp Panamera S. Dubbed the "Hellboy", the output of the V8 engine has increased to 465hp and 406lb-ft improving its 0-62mph acceleration time to 4.6 seconds and the top speed to 191mph. If it didn't have one already, it certainly has a penchant for speed now.
A newly developed stainless-steel exhaust system with high performance catalytic converters, high-flow mufflers and new tailpipes, gives the finely tuned Panamera an appropriately powerful new voice. Other engine modifications include an ECU recalibration and a set of high-flow air filters. The focus of this build was to improve performance and increase the top speed, and the enhanced aerodynamic pieces, compatible with all Panamera versions inlcuding the V6, V8 and Turbo editions, have gone a long way in helping to reach this goal.
A newly developed carbon-fiber front skirt with integrated running lights features enlarged intakes for enhanced cooling, a new carbon-fiber front lip increases downforce, and the side profile benefits from elegant side skirts. The aesthetics are nicely finished with a ducktail spoiler, a throwback to the legendary Carrera RS, a new carbon-fiber rear skirt coupled with a diffuser and fins, new side mirrors, and fender vents. To handle the improved power, handling and traction have been nicely enhanced via ultra-lightweight 21-inch wheels and an electric lowering module taking the body 30mm closer to the tarmac is available upon request.
Finally the interior has been altered to strengthen the Hellboy's visual impact, with cabin upgrades ranging from a new steering wheel, seats and pedals to custom upholstery work. The price of the tuning package has yet to be released.