Edo Competition Porsche Panamera S Hellboy

Brett Davis

Edo Competition has released the Edo Competition Porsche Panamera S Hellboy package using Vorsteiner aerodyamics. For those who don’t remember, Edo is the German tuner that built the club-spec Edo Competition Ferrari Enzo that sadly crashed into the ocean last month.

The Edo Competition Porsche Panamera S Hellboy pack is not simply about outright power, or indeed focusing on any one true element. It’s got just as much attention poured into the interior as the exterior, while under the bonnet has been bolstered nicely to balance it all out.

Important thing’s first, the engine. The Edo Competition Porsche Panamera S Hellboy engine package consist of a full exhaust system including high-flow catalytic converters, and new butterfly-operated stainless-steel mufflers which can be controlled via a remote control.

Meanwhile, under the bonnet, the standard 4.8-litre naturally aspirated Panamera S V8 engine receives a pair of freer flowing air filters and a re-tuned engine computer taking output levels from the standard 294kW and 500Nm, to a healthy 343kW and 550Nm.

Now, we’re not overly enthusiastic about extravagant bodykits here at PD, but kits are all part of the overall motoring experience. With kits that are developed with fine attention to detail, like this full carbon fibre Vorsteiner Panamera kit, credit has to be given.

It features a very chunky and aggressive carbon fibre rear diffuser, carbon rear bumper bar and rear ducktail spoiler. While at the front, there’s a carbon fibre front spoiler, new carbon front bumper bar and intake and indicator housings. Carbon fibre side mirrors then top it off.

The Edo Competition Porsche Panamera S Hellboy sits on Vorsteiner V-102 Split five-spoke 21 x 9.5-inch front, and 21 x 11-inch rear lightweight forged wheels, wrapped in 265/35 ZR 21 and 305/30 ZR 21 Michelin tyres, respectively.

Inside, the Edo Competition Porsche Panamera S Hellboy features a revised and customisable interior decor including a new steering wheel covered in soft Alcantara, new centre console trimmings and optional colour options.

The entire Edo Competition Porsche Panamera S Hellboy pack goes for a dark grey/black theme matched with green highlights, which, is maybe not to everyone’s taste. Overall though, it’s quite a thorough package wouldn’t you say?

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