In a video uploaded today to YouTube and a gallery added to Facebook, Porsche unveiled the new Panamera Exclusive Series before its debut at the Los Angeles Motor Show.
On Porsche.com, the German automaker described the car as a “work of art” and “the most luxurious Panamera series ever built.” Only 100 examples of this car will be created, each available with a large selection of hand-finished details.
The Poltrona Frau leather gives this exclusive Panamera an interior to drool over, but not on. This fine leather is typically reserved for the most exclusive of furnishings, but this Panamera’s interior is more than just exclusive.
A great example of the handiwork of Porsche’s craftsmen and their wide range of options is the finish of the Panamera featured in this article. The unique blended paintwork was created by one man in one day. The Chestnut Brown Metallic finish shooting out of the side air vents blends perfectly with the Jet Black Metallic, giving off an image of luxury and pure speed.
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But this car doesn’t just look fast. It is fast. Powering the four-door Porsche is a turbocharged 4.8-liter V8 engine that sends 570 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque to all four wheels through the PDK seven-speed transmission. Put the pedal to the metal and the car will accelerate to 60 mph from a standstill in just 3.7 seconds (with Sport Chrono) and will top out at 192 mph.
Porsche has been doing a great job with creating exclusive vehicles that truly define luxury, and the Panamera Exclusive Series is a perfect example of this.
(Image Source: Porsche / Facebook)
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