Hamann Paragon Porsche Panamera Project

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Hamann has possibly created one of the largest Porsches ever.

The Panamera has been operated on a lot lately, as no-one seems to be pleased with Porsche's original offering. The big sports sedan has been made even bigger by tuners Hamann and dubbed the Paragon. The South German tuners have effectively replaced every panel and made the sedan bigger in every way. The fender flares, bumpers and wheel arches have all been super-sized. New LED lights that run in the daytime have been affixed to the front bumper.

A larger exhaust in the back has been added. It sits on a set of 22-inch alloy wheels and the ride has been lowered by almost 30mm. A power upgrade of almost 80hp and 89lb-ft of torque has been added to deal with the increased size of the German car. Check out the photos below and let us know what you think about the Hulk-sized Porsche.

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