German tuning studio Brabus, which is known for its projects based on different Mercedes-Benz models, 2022 suddenly decided to expand its sphere of interest and undertook rework and Porsche. Moreover, the company decided to subject not the most common model to modernization – new parts have been developed for the tuner electric liftback Porsche Taycan, which became the second electric car tuned in Brabus after the Tesla Model S. However, the tuning program for both models was the same.
With the help of a 3D-scanning body, the tuning studio has prepared its own aerodynamic dodger. The carbon fiber parts frame the standard air intakes, and additional elements include a splitter in the front bumper, sills, a developed diffuser, and a three-element spoiler behind.
Brabus promises that the new elements not only look stylish but also have practical benefits. It is claimed to reduce lifting power and improve airflow to the brakes and radiators cooling the power plant. In terms of technical improvements, there are no changes except reprogramming of the adaptive air suspension for the sake of reducing ground clearance by 20 millimeters.
The suspension is tuned to work with the new 22-inch wheels Brabus Monobloc Z Platinum Edition. As for the interior, Brabus offers carbon fiber still pads with integrated lighting, aluminum pedal pads, carbon fiber decorative panels, as well as a complete re-tooling of the interior in leather and Alcantara.
For the show, the car atelier has chosen a combination of black and bright green, but at the request of the customer can use other shades. Technical modifications Porsche Taycan Brabus does not imply – tuning is available for twin-engined all-wheel-drive versions, 680 hp Turbo and 761 hp Turbo S, which retain factory characteristics.