It's called the Stingray GTR, and it will cost you a whopping $280,000.
The new 2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo was the most potent version of the luxury sports sedan yet, and now Russian tuner Topcar Design has spiced up its appearance to match its performance. Dubbed the Stingray GTR, Topcar's latest Porsche body kit is seemingly inspired by the Corvette Stingray and Nissan GTR judging by the name. The tuner has given the sports sedan an extensive makeover, with a brash body kit covered in copious amounts of carbon fiber.
According to the tuner, the car recently returned to Moscow after being shown to renowned skier and car enthusiast Jon Olssen in Marbella, Spain, who was a potential buyer. This particular Panamera Stingray GTR is number three out of a limited run of 25 Topcar is planning to produce. Carbon fiber has been extensively applied to both the exterior and interior to accentuate the Panamera Turbo's luxurious and aggressive character. For the exterior, the Panamera Stingray GTR features new carbon fiber front and rear bumpers, custom intakes, a new hood and side skirts, a rear diffuser and a large rear wing that no longer retracts.
As for the interior, the steering wheel, dashboard and door panels get the carbon fiber treatment, and there's plenty of leather and Alcantara. All this can be yours for a whopping $280,000, which is a hefty premium over the standard Panamera Turbo. The Stingray GTR kit can be fitted to all versions of the Porsche Panamera 971, although Topcar hasn't said how these modifications have affected the sport sedan's performance. As a reminder, the standard Panamera Turbo is powered by a 4.0-liter V8 that produces 542 hp, resulting in a 0-62 mph time of 3.6 seconds and a 192 mph top speed.