Topcar’s Porsche Stingray GTR bodykit boasts crocodile leather and real gold interiors
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Topcar’s Porsche Stingray GTR bodykit boasts crocodile leather and real gold interiors

Topcar’s Porsche Stingray GTR bodykit boasts crocodile leather and real gold interiors

Porsche Stringray GTR bodykit

A while back, we had shown you an example of how Porsche and styling come together to create unique samples of creativity. We refer to the Whale skin covered Dartz Porsche, which used the endangered species flesh to create a new vehicle wrapping material never seen before. Now moving towards the car’s interiors, Topcar has joined hands with the luxury car maker to create a GTR bodykit, which shall redo the interiors of your Porsche Panamera Turbo S in gold and crocodile leather.

The GTR body-kit mainly concentrates on redoing the interiors of the car in rather regal style, adding some sporting extras to the car’s exterior. This limited edition kit adds special front and back bumpers, alloy wheels with yellow inlays, side chassis underskirts, and a rear spoiler to the MUV’s body.

On the interior, it’s a different ball game altogether. Decked up rather sophisticated and regale, almost all parts either have gold, Karelian birch wood or leather used on it. On front, the steering wheel cover uses white crocodile leather, Karelian wood and gold, which is the same for the central control panel, dashboard, glove compartment, sun-visor, and side door panels.

The side door handles solid gold though. The common fabric for upholstery is of course, white crocodile leather. At the back, the sun-roof panel, AC vents, side door handles have used the same patterned Karelian birch wood, and outlining with gold, which one might notice in the AC control buttons as well.

Porsche Stringray GTR bodykit

The foldable seat and booting area too have been enveloped in white crocodile leather and hand-stitched to perfection. Just to take away the monotony, the seats belts in both areas are a classic racy red. Looking at this make over, one might get the feeling that it’s more of an investment in itself, and sources also verify that it will all be limited edition of just 25 special Panamera Turbos, each costing its buyer $569,430 each.

We recently had also covered some rather jazzy car interior kits from Louis Vuitton. For those who may prefer a more abstract style, these would be better suggested, but for the more regal customers, Stringray body-kit is the one.

Via: GT Spirit/ Topcar

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