(Article Courtesy of BannVelgen)
In the world of aftermarket projects, BaanVelgen is slowly starting to become a big name. Located in the Netherlands, this company has established themselves as the premiere shop to pick your high-quality performance parts online or come to their local shop to get your cars modded. Offering a full range of services, from installing your wheels and tires, all the way to complete builds, like the one we are showcasing right here. BaanVelgen does it all.
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Their latest project is the Porsche Panamera. A diesel variant of the highly popular luxury sports sedan from the prominent German sports car manufacturer, it offers all the sporty and comfortable experiences you would expect from a Porsche. This means both the interior and exterior are well made, performance numbers are what you would expect from a car like this and overall this is a great choice if performance and luxury combined with fuel economy are concerned. But to many, a few additions are needed to make this vehicle stand out from its siblings in all ways possible.
When seeing a Vorsteiner engulfed build, it’s no wonder that BaanVelgen chose this particular company for the exterior mods. After creating perfect products for many years and showcasing build quality, fitment and amazing looks through their products, Vorsteiner is a primary choice in many high-performance and luxury builds these days. A complete Vorsteiner V-PT selection of tuning parts was selected. Namely, a Vorsteiner V-PT front bumper, front lip, marker light housing, intercooler ducts, both for performance and aesthetics, side skirts and duck tail were installed. Every part was carefully unwrapped, prepared for installation and finally installed by the professional team of tuning experts over at BaanVelgen. You shouldn’t think that’s that. Because BaanVelgen never does a job halfway in any project, let alone a big one like this Porsche Panamera Diesel build.
Next in line were TechArt tailpipes for that perfect look on the quad exhaust. Even though the sound couldn’t be influenced as much as on a petrol engine, looks were definitely upgraded over the stock setup. You can also find a Wurde.jp diffuser and candy red foil on the rear lights, while the Porsche Panamera rear lettering was moved to the bottom of the duck tail spoiler as the finishing touch.
Finally, this build recieved a set of 21″ Modulare wheels on the front and rear wrapped in Michelin tires. These wheels are finished in a combination that works well with the exterior of this high-performance luxury sedan, and goes easy on your wallet when fuel costs are concerned. And now it looks spectacular thanks to BaanVelgen. Providing you don’t mind a diesel engine, this could well be the perfect solution for people who like to modd cars, but also spend a lot of time on the road. In all, BaanVelgen did a clean and amazing job on this Panamera, getting them another satisfied customer and a happy owner that enjoys his car modded just the way he wanted. Full media gallery awaits you right below thanks to excellent work by Thomas Van Rooij who created this photoshoot.
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