Back in February, the Germans from Edo Competition were presenting us the ‘Moby Dick’, their outrageous tuning program for the Panamera Turbo. After completing that project the next logical step in company’s tuning adventure was to take on the 400 HP Porsche Panamera S version.  
In this case the car is called ‘Hellboy’ and as you can imagine, this nickname does not refer to the cars aerodynamic improvements, but to its new power level which jumped from 400 horses (294 kW) to 465 HP (342 kW) at 6,680 rpm and 550 Nm (406 lb-ft) of torque between 3,300 and 5,400 rpm.
The Panamera’s direct-injected V8 was made more potent through the usage of a new pressure-monitoring and self-adjusting exhaust system with butterfly valves featuring high-performance catalytic converters, high-flow mufflers and stainless-steel exhaust tips which overall weights 35 Kg (77 lb) less than the factory setup.
The car has also received a recalibrated ECU, with these modifications having a direct impact on driving pleasure as the Edo Competition Porsche Panamera S is now capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 Km/h in 4.6 seconds (0 to 200 Km/h / 124 mph in 16.5 seconds) and reach a top speed of 305 Km/h (190 mph).
In terms of aerodynamics, Edo’s Hellboy was fitted with a new carbon fiber front skirt that features larger air intakes for improved cooling, a carbon front lip, new side skirts as well as a newly developed carbon fiber rear skirt with diffuser fins.
The car has also received new mirrors and fender vents plus a ducktail spoiler.
Edo has also tweaked the Panamera S’s suspension by fitting the car with an electronic lowering module that lowers the center of gravity by 30 mm, and by adding a set of 21 inch ultra-lightweight forged wheels wrapped in tires size 265/35 ZR at the front and 305/30 ZR at the rear.

Source: Edo Competition