Design can be a very subjective thing. For instance, some may say the second-generation Porsche Panamera is beautiful as is, while some may say it requires a few mods here and there. To those who prefer the latter, Russian tuners Topcar has revealed a new tuning package for the Panamera, called the Stingray GTR edition.

Aside from a quirky name, the tuning package includes a wide body kit that is further enhanced with a heap of carbon-fibre components. Just look around the car’s body, and you’ll find the material on the air vents, rear wing, bonnet, roof and diffuser.

The company also took things a step further by introducing recessed door handles to the sporty four-seater, but curiously only for the rear doors. Buyers will also get to choose from a wide range of alloy wheels, including plenty of 21-inch sets.

Under the hood, the 4.0 litre biturbo V8 engine has received a few tweaks to generate an additional 100 hp to a total of 650 hp. It wasn’t revealed how much the engine’s torque output is with the tuning package, but it definitely has been increased over the standard Panamera Turbo’s 770 Nm.