At the Los Angeles Auto Show next month Porsche will debut the limited-edition Panamera Exclusive Series, of which only 100 units will be made.
Based on the long-wheelbase 570PS (562hp) Panamera Turbo S Exclusive, the special version will be finished by Porsche Exclusive and will be offered as a left-hand drive model only.
The Panamera Exclusive Series debuts a two-color, hand-painted graduated paintwork: below the door handles a contrast is created with the deep black metallic paint by a chestnut brown metallic color that runs in the background along the lines of the car to the rear. The deep black metallic paint is also used for the front air inlet grilles and the 20-inch wheels in Sport Classic design.
But the true highlight of the car is the interior. All of the seats and the lower door panels are covered in Poltrona Frau leather in Agatha Chestnut Brown color, with the skins being all hand-picked and “exceptionally soft.” The seats’ center panels are perforated in the form of the Porsche crest.
The upper door trim is in black milled nappa leather, while chestnut brown stitching in selected places create contrasting touches. The two-tone theme is continued inside by the decorative interior trim elements which feature a blend of colors, from classic walnut burl wood to a deep black piano lacquer surface.
The Panamera Exclusive Series also debuts the Rear Seat Entertainment System Plus, consisting of two high-resolution 10.1-inch touchscreens in the back with built-in camera and integrated DVD player. The sound is played out either via cordless headphones or the Burmester high-end surround sound system.
Each model has a tag showing its individual limited edition number, as well as a hand-made badge behind the front air intakes certifying the vehicle originates from the Porsche Exclusive factory. Optional extras include a matching, five-piece luggage set made of Poltrona Frau leather.
The price of the most luxurious and exclusive Panamera in Germany is €249,877 ($314,711), including value added tax.