(Don't cry, this is the Before photo)

LA's own Roadstarr Motorports released photos of a Porsche Panamera Turbo done the best way anyone could customize a car- Stealth style. According to Roadstarr, "The purpose of this project is to finish off what the Germans did not get a chance to do with class and style. The budget for this project was a mere $49,850.00 (not much for a vehicle of this magnitude). Roadstarr Motorsports is well known for creating the “wow effect”, and that’s exactly what was accomplished on this project “Stealth”."

(During)

"The Stealth Project was first and foremost completely striped down to its chassis, followed by engineering aerodynamic effects to make sure that this lion stays on course when the foot is put to the metal. After vigorous tests and analysis, the team decided to use the Aerodynamic aesthetics of World renowned German Tuner “TechArt”. It was a perfect match since Roadstarr Motorsports has a long history relationship with TechArt. The wheels were designed by Roadstarr’s team. The object of the wheels was to keep within the German racing appearance as well as making sure that the big 22” wheel does not create extra weight to keep up with. The wheels designs were precision engineered to minimize UN-sprung mass and rotational inertia's. This was accomplished by utilizing technology used in the aircraft manufacturing industry. The material used is aerospace grade 6061-T6 forged aluminum and stainless steel fasteners. With that said, the team design was based on a three piece wheel. As the body was being prepared to undergo a full paint job, the rest of the team decided to re-engineer the factory ECU (electronic control unit) to make it more management efficient. Thus, adding a whopping extra 45hp to this lioness beast. The factory headers were replaced by custom built headers using titanium headers with an integrated 100 cpsi metallic catalysts. The factory exhaust system was simply thrown out and replaced with a custom built stainless steel exhaust system that’s light without compromising any engineering thus increasing the power on the Stealth an additional 27hp."


(And after...)

Not bad, not bad at all. But everyone knows I'm a sucker for anything stealth and/or completly blacked out. Yes everyone, there is a difference between the two.