Porsche Panamera Exclusive Series revealed, limited to 100 units

Porsche has unveiled the limited edition Panamera Exclusive Series ahead of its public debut later this month at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Based on the Panamera Turbo S long wheelbase model, which has a 150mm longer wheelbase than the standard model, the Panamera Exclusive Series will be limited to 100 units worldwide and offered exclusively in left-hand drive configuration.

The Panamera Exclusive Series features a two-colour graduated paintwork combining deep black metallic paint by a chestnut brown metallic colour that runs in the background along the lines of the car to the rear.

The front air inlet grilles and the 20-inch wheels in the Sport Classic design are finished in black metallic.

The interior is clearly where the main attention has gone, boasting Agatha Chestnut Brown Poltrona Frau leather seats, upper door trim in black milled nappa leather and Chestnut brown stitching in selected places create contrasting touches.

A new luxury addition to the Panamera range is the newly developed Rear Seat Entertainment System Plus with two high-resolution 10.1-inch touchscreens in the back with built-in camera and integrated DVD player.

To remind you how special the car is there is also a tag showing its individual limited edition number.

Power continues to come from the 562bhp 4.8-litre twin-turbo V8 found in the standard Turbo S.

In Germany the Panamera Exclusive Series is priced at 249,877 Euro (£195,400) and there is also an optional matching, five-piece luggage set, made of high-quality Poltrona Frau leather with Exclusive Series embossing.

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