Porsche Uses Facebook to Show Off Specialized Panamera Turbo Executive Sedan
Porsche has revealed another new special-edition Panamera sedan, which is sure to excite those people fortunate enough to earn more than $200,000 annually.
We bring up income because this specialized Panamera is based on the new Turbo Executive model that carries a starting MSRP of $160,000. Add on approximately $3,300 for the Carmine Red paint job and another $6,000 for the SportDesign package, and you can see this new Panamera variant should be quite expensive.
The German automaker recently shared photos of this rare Panamera via Facebook on December 27th. In the caption that accompanied the post, it said this Panamera Turbo Executive is the work of Porsche Exclusive. In case you didn’t already know, Porsche Exclusive is a program that gives buyers the ability to customize their Porsche however they want, but it usually comes at a steep price.
This particular Panamera seen in the Facebook images comes with 21-inch black-and-silver wheels, a unique diffuser, and the interior is laced with black and Bordeaux Red leather upholstery with red stitching.
Underneath the hood, the Panamera Turbo Executive features the same 4.0-liter turbocharged V8 as the “regular” 2017 Panamera Turbo model. This engine is rated at 550 horsepower, allowing the high-performance Panamera sedan to zip from 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and hit a top speed of 190 mph.
The Executive trim sets itself apart from the typical Panamera thanks to its extended wheelbase, which provides the cabin with additional space so passengers can travel even more comfortably. In addition, the Panamera Turbo Executive comes standard with an adaptive air suspension, all-wheel drive, and heated seats.
People can use Porsche’s online car configurator to begin designing the Panamera of their dreams today or they can schedule an appointment with a specialist in Los Angeles or Atlanta to discuss the idea of creating a new custom Porsche.
Lots of room for manoeuvre – and plenty of freedom to flourish. This principle is demonstrated by the Panamera Turbo…