Why Would You Do This To A Porsche?

Tuning

Because you have money and bad taste, obviously.

Renowned for creating highly divisive aftermarket programs for a spectrum of supercars, Russian tuning house TopCar has just revealed its latest project based on a Porsche Macan that’s received a makeover just as weird as its name. Dubbed the URSA Aurum, the body kit includes new bumpers, side skirts, extended fenders, upper and lower spoilers, hood inserts, a rear diffuser and an opulent shade of gold body paint. Carbon-fiber applications, multi-spoke ADV.1 alloys, and tinted windows round off the exterior embellishments.

Inside, the gold theme continues where apart from the buttons and knobs, everything has been modified. Nappa leather upholstery combines with natural walnut wood and carbon fiber, with a finish that will make you feel like a king or throwing up.

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