Porsche Exclusive Panamera In Mamba Green Is A Bit Too Flashy

With a much more attractive exterior design than its predecessor, the second-gen Panamera has become a serious option for luxury sedan buyers that place a priority on style.

The following example, though, created by Porsche Exclusive, is, to my eyes at least, not exactly the most attractive we’ve come across.

The first thing you’ll notice about this Panamera is the Green Mamba Metallic paint scheme, named after the bright green snake that’s found through parts of Africa. For a vehicle like the 911, this color might work, but for a family sedan like the Panamera, maybe it’s a bit too flashy and doesn’t seem to suit it all that much.

Nevertheless, this Panamera from Porsche Exclusive does feature some components which we do like. For example, it rolls on a set of gorgeous 21-inch SportDesign wheels painted in Satin Platinum. The LED taillights have also been tinted and now look substantially better than the stock items.

Nevertheless, for the Panamera buyer who is not afraid to stand out, the car also includes bright green accents throughout the cabin. We’d rather go for a more subdued hue, but once again, that’s highly subjective.

At the end, we are definitely not Porsche’s targeted demographic for a Panamera, let alone one from Porsche Exclusive one, so we digress. The person that ordered this example is probably overjoyed by the finished product – and that’s what matters most.

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  • Ben

    No no! I love it! Everything is “board room” colors nowadays. Bring back the yellows, purples, greens and oranges. Not everything has to be black, gray, more gray, the other gray and white.

    • J. P.

      Hell yeah!!!

    • benT

      Bored Room

      • Ben

        You’re true MVP

    • Bash

      Did you check the latest challenger color choices, it has everything you mentioned up there.

      • Ben

        Oh I know! I had a charger in plum crazy purple. I now have a 4Runner, but I’ve got my eye on a Redeye….see what I did there? There’s a 2019 Tonic Yellow Honda Civic Si down the street from me and it looks wonderful.

  • benT

    “A Bit Too Flashy For Us”

    What about the ludicrous animated GIFs ??
    They are nothing but lowest quality flashing tripes!!

  • Nordschleife

    This with a congac colored interior would be spectacular.

  • Nordschleife

    A lot of people are concerned about resale value versus desire. If I could buy a Porsche and these colors weren’t and arm and a leg. I’d definitely be driving a interesting colored car.

  • S3XY

    You call that flashy? That’s a bland green. I would do brighter

    And you’re a bland wimp if you don’t like wearing color

    Blobs everywhere in this bland world afraid to stand out

  • TheHake

    I guess you want it in black or silver?

    • Bash

      Me? Yes, sure. lol 🙂 I wouldn’t say no if you hand me the keys right now… but actually this Mamba green is nice.

  • MarketAndChurch

    I mostly agree, but some colors make the car that it’s on look like a joke. And some colors make a design look better, while others sacrifice that to express be an expression of its owners personality. There are also times where you’re in luck and an owner of a nice car also has good taste.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    It’s not that bad. The color improves the stretched 911 design that makes that car suck big time. A recommended extra.

  • Get a matching tie and you’re good to go.

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