If you haven’t seen enough of Porsche’s all-new Panamera, here’s a Crayon-colored Turbo version parked on the streets of Paris.
Crayon is one of Porsche’s so-called special colors, a £2,808 optional extra if you’re looking to purchase your Panamera in the UK, or $3,300 if you’re a US buyer – where the color is actually called Chalk.
This particular car’s presence in Paris was documented by Autogespot user fanbuga75, who took a few pictures near what seems to be a hotel or a large restaurant. In other words, certainly the type of place where you’d expect a luxury car to be.
Of course, the Panamera (especially the Turbo) isn’t just about luxury. Its twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine produces 550 PS and 770 Nm (567 lb-ft) of torque, propelling the car from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.8 seconds, or 3.6 seconds with the Sport Chrono Pack.
Let us know how you feel about seeing the Panamera in somewhat of a natural habitat and also sound off about the color choice and if you think it’s a good fit for this flagship Turbo version.
Oh and for the latest on the new Porsche Panamera, keep your eyes on our coverage of the 2016 Paris Auto Show, where the German automaker will be showcasing this model alongside the eco-friendly 4 E-Hybrid version.