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Found this on the net. (It's a shop obviously).



I wish he had used the more traditional white base colour but it looks interesting. Would prefer if the side stripe curved up around the hip line like it does on the 918.



I might actually look into this. Probably less than $2000 and easily reversible.
@grim try not to cringe so. . .


Here's the webpage so the designer gets credit. http://atp-design.blogspot.ca/
 

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Looks cool :)
 

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I do like the Gulf livery but to me it properly belongs on a Ford GT / GT40. Plus you'd need to wrap or paint the whole vehicle light blue, whereas I already have the white base for Martini.
 

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With the exception of maybe the JPS and/or Rothmans liveries, Martini is my favourite. The only non stratospherically priced road cars I've seen wear the Martini colours well however were the Lancia Delta Integrale Evo's......it'd be a brave move on a Macan I think, but I'd certainly be intrigued to see a photoshop mockup.
 

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I think i would just do a quite thin centre stripe with the correct colours (similar to the panamera in the video), maybe with a smallish martini logo on the hood and sides.

It wouldn't look like sportscar, but it might be neat. Purists will despise me. grim will barely be able to contain his disgust.
 

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Found this on the net. (It's a shop obviously).



I wish he had used the more traditional white base colour but it looks interesting. Would prefer if the side stripe curved up around the hip line like it does on the 918.



I might actually look into this. Probably less than $2000 and easily reversible.
@grim try not to cringe so. . .


Here's the webpage so the designer gets credit. ATP Design

Actually, the front skid plate on that car makes the look and I got no issue with the martini & rossi image. In fact, they are about to sell Martini & Rossi 911 tribute cars soon.

Gulf? No, way to brash.

I even got A martini * rossi hat!

If you are going to be a bear, be a grizzly bear. Go bold or go home.
 

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From Autoblog: Hamann Porsche Macan S Diesel promises more performance, questionable looks












Hamann Porsche Macan S Diesel promises more performance, questionable looks


HAMANN PRESS RELEASE: High-performance power, long-distance comfort, extravagance: the benchmark figures of the formidable Porsche Macan S Diesel are impressive. For all fans of the dynamic vehicle Hamann's tuning experts now sets the bar even higher. As is generally known, the model's name "Macan" was derived from the Indonesian word for tiger – and exactly this tiger Hamann frees from the ties of a series actor.

The face of the Macan, which Hamann presents in the S Diesel version in Geneva, has self-confident traits. The tiger seems ready to jump – an effect achieved by the low line of the front apron and the lowering of the car. Hamann's aerodynamics attachment emphasises the sharp "teeth" of the Macan Turbo's standard front and sets distinctive accents. The car refiner's interpretation of the Macan S Diesel appears well-toned and is coherently continued in powerfully shaped wing extensions making the predator's body grow by twelve centimetres in width. The side profile is completed by an aerodynamically optimised side skirt that Hamann shaped in a particularly striking manner.

At the rear, Hamann's tiger is equally packed with muscles. The hind legs gleam with a dynamic composite design trim and the "sharpened" rear spoiler. So much for the prelude. The scene, however, is dominated by the potent "active sound" sports exhaust system impressing with voluminous tailpipes and a hissing V8 sound. It is based on actuators and speakers for an individually adjustable sound experience that will be a real pleasure for sound enthusiasts.

But that is not enough for the individualisation experts from Laupheim – also the engine power of the standard Macan S Diesel can be sharper. The result is overwhelming 300 hp (221 kW) at 4 200 rpm (standard: 258 hp (190 kW), 4 000–4 250 rpm) chasing the mega SUV to 100 km/h in 5.7 seconds only (standard: 6.1 seconds) with the Sport Chrono package. The peak torque comes with imposing 670 Nm at 2 500 rpm already (standard: 580 Nm at 1 750–2 500 rpm) making a lot an easy prey for the car.

Power any dynamics guaranteed – also when pushed up to the limit

Hamann's awe-inspiring interpretation gets under the Macan S Diesel's skin even further: in line with the Hamann tradition, wheels, tyres and suspension are ideally aligned to provide the ultimate thrill also when driving fast right up to the limit. Sport springs with made-to-measure lowering make the car aggressively hug the road and ensure optimal road contact. The precious metal "Anniversary EVO" wheels in size 10.5 J x 22 lend the car an elegant appearance. The heavy-duty wheel with its filigree multi-spoke design combined with tyres in size 295/30 ZR22 confidently brings the four-wheel drive car's elemental force to the road. Vredestein's UltracVorti fulfils 100 per cent of the refiner's requirements in terms of cornering, grip during acceleration and deceleration, and steering precision. Once focused on the target, the predator sprints through curves and landscapes with breath-taking skilfulness to perform the final overtaking manoeuvre.

For those seeking the exclusive touch in the interior, Hamann is also just the right place to come: in the cockpit and on the headrests, the tuning specialist from Laupheim offers sporty and elegant applications in Hamann's proven luxury finish. As is usual, Hamann has carefully combined different modules to achieve a perfectly concerted kit. Individual components are also available. Hamann refines the cars, which Hamann retrofits or offers completely, at its headquarters in Laupheim as well as at international partner sites.






 

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