Porsche Taycan gets Prior Design widebody kitAugust 19, 2020
The famous tuning studio has decided to work on the appearance of the Porsche Taycan electric sedan. I must say that the created wide-body aerodynamic body kit adds even more aggressiveness to the German sports car.
Prior Design is no stranger to tuning electric vehicles. We saw several electric vehicles modified by a multi-brand tuning company, mostly models from the American company Tesla, but up to this point, the specialists of the studio had never worked with a Porsche Taycan. In fact, Prior Design recognizes the Taycan as “the ideal platform for a vehicle just for tuning.”
Looking at the photos published by Prior Design, we can say that the sedan “suits” all these changes.
It was decided to complement the already aggressive appearance of the Taycan with a full widebody aerodynamic package that further emphasizes its sporty character – especially thanks to the massive rear wing fixed wing.
As you would expect from Kamp-Lintfort-based tuning company Prior Design, the car has wide fenders with additional air vents at the front. The Taycan is now 60mm wider at the front and about 100mm at the rear. German experts promise that the electric sedan “will turn your head wherever it appears.”
The wider fenders are complemented by a set of more aggressive side skirts and matching 22-inch five-split-spoke wheels. Last but not least, both bumpers feature diffusers that give the tuned Taycan an even lower stance.
Prior Design states that all components can be manufactured from high quality carbon. In addition, a slightly less extravagant body kit without wide fenders will be offered. Pricing information for the upgrade “package” is available upon request.
Not so long ago, our publication and wrote that the Prior Design studio presented a rather controversial styling kit for the Lamborghini Urus. The tuner offers a new aerodynamic body kit for the Italian crossover with wider fenders, a convex hood and a huge diffuser.
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