Created by Porsche to fill the gap between the 394hp (400PS) 4S and 493hp (500PS) Turbo Panamera models, the GTS comes with a mildly tuned naturally-aspirated 4.8-liter V8 engine delivering 424hp (430PS) and upgraded chassis components and looks.
According to Porsche’s own words, the Panamera GTS is the “sportiest model in the range”, but that did not deter Anderson Germany from making a few changes of its own to allegedly improve the sports saloon.
The German tuner’s engineers started off with the V8 engine that gains a software upgrade and a three-stage adjustable sports exhaust system that boost output to 501-horsepower (508PS).
A new electronic module allows the driver to drop the Panamera GTS’s height-adjustable suspension by an additional 30mm, while the car now rides on massive 22-inch alloys wrapped in 265/30-22 tires at the front axle and 295/25-22 at the rear.
The exterior is then dressed in a new body kit that includes a restyled front bumper with an apron, headlamp surrounds, side skirts, new rear bumper trim, a rear apron housing a diffuser and tail light décor.
For the final touch, Anderson Germany takes on the interior, which is redone in a combination of leather and Alcantara with white diamond stitching.
Other upgrades include the white carbon trim package, new entry sills on the doors, footwell lighting in the front and the back with a dimming function and a high-end sound system with amplifier, subwoofer and a number of speakers.