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Hand Controls on a Porsche Panamera!

Let’s face it. Anytime there’s an opportunity to add a Porsche picture to a blog, you have to do it. And with good reason. While many of our clients also drive their vehicles with the use of hand controls, we don’t see them very often on a luxury sports car like a Porsche.

MobilityWorks installs a variety of driving aides and turning seats on all types of cars, trucks, and SUVs. We’ve even done a few race cars and off-road vehicles over the years. Today, we’d like to share the photo below provided to us by MPS Corporation.

MPS Monarch right angle hand controls on a 2016 Porsche Panamera.
Monarch 1A right angle hand controls by MPS on a 2016 Porsche Panamera.

About the Monarch Series

The right angle mechanical hand control shown above is MPS Corporation’s number one hand control of all time. Known as the Monarch 1A, it now comes with an all black finish and an accelerator lockout.  The flat handle and custom mounting brackets allow for the most leg and transfer room in the industry.  Drivers using these controls push downward toward the lap for stable precise acceleration. Brakes are applied by pushing the control away from the body and toward the dash panel.

Proudly manufactured in the United States for over 40 years, the MPS Monarch Hand Control has stood the test of time providing mobility freedom to countless people. Excellent design and unparalleled 5 year limited warranty, along with outstanding service and technical support has made the Monarch series  a leader in the hand control industry.

In addition to the hand controls, numerous other superior driving aids have be developed over the years. To learn more about MPS and their Monarch line of controls, contact a MobilityWorks Certified Mobility Consultant at one of our showrooms located throughout the United States.

Back to the Porsche…

For car enthusiasts that may be wondering what a 2016 Porsche Panamera cost, it can range anywhere from $85k up to $200k, depending on the trim level and optional features selected. A 3.6-liter V6 engine comes standard generating 310 horsepower. If that’s not enough power and torque for your liking, the all-wheel drive GTS version comes with a 4.8-liter engine that generates 440 horsepower!

Many thanks to our friends at MPS Corporation for sharing this photo with our readers.