‘Hellboy’ Porsche Panamera S by edo competition

Ahlen-based tuning specialist, edo competition, has created Hellboy, a program for Porsche’s Panamera S model.

Thanks to an ECU tweak and new (35 kg lighter) stainless steel exhaust with high-performance catalytic converters, power from the naturally aspirated V8 is taken from 294 kW (400 hp) to 342 kW (465 hp), with 550 Nm (406 lb-ft) of torque being available from 3,300 rpm. That hike results in a 0-100 km/h (62 mph) time of 4.6 seconds, 0-200 km/h (124 mph) in 16.5 s, a quarter mile time of 12.2 s and top speed of 308 km/h (191 mph).

Visually, edo adds its carbon fibre aero kit which consists of a front skirt featuring daytime running lights and more substantial air intakes, sill extensions, mirrors, front wing vents, a finned rear skirt with integrated diffuser and a ducktail-style rear spoiler, which is a nod to the ones seen on 1970s Carrera RS models, but – and this is just our opinion – because it’s so small, and has rounded-off corners, reminds us of a BMW 6 Series (E63) rump. There, we said it.

The ultra-lightweight, one-piece forged alloy wheels measure 9.5 and 11 x 21 inches and are wrapped in Michelin rubber. An electronic lowering module drops the Panamera’s ride height by around 30 mm.

Inside, edo can offer anything from a simple carbon fibre shifter, console, a sports steering wheel or aluminium pedal set to a completely reupholstered cabin, in any material. Just don’t forget your wallet.

[Source: edo competition]

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