Marketed successfully as a more exciting and higher performing alternative to the traditional executive saloons, the Porsche Panamera model range already characterized by distinguished sports car proportions, silhouette, and Porsche DNA, actually reinvigorated an automotive executive class that had long since lost its drive, combining sportiness, comfort and four-seats. And, now the German automaker has added a critical finishing touch to the Panamera in the form of the Panamera Platinum Edition, which is distinguished by selected design features in Platinum Silver and by carefully chosen stylistic details, lending further prominence to individual style. This elegant special edition Panamera, whose visual appeal is complemented by an upgraded standard specification, will be available on both Panamera and all-wheel-drive Panamera 4 configuration, with the sale starting next year at a price-tag of $80,500 and $84,600, respectively.
The Panamera Platinum Edition boasts some selected parts, including the side air outlets, the mirror lower trims, and the trim strip on the rear and finned rear diffuser, which are painted in Platinum Silver.
Besides some of the other noted exterior features include, the 19-inches Panamera Turbo wheels, Bi-Xenon headlights, the optional Porsche Dynamic Light System, high-tech Park Assist system, and the exclusive Porsche Communication Management.
Panamera Platinum Edition's identifying feature is the exclusive ‘Platinum Edition’ logo on the door sill guards.
Further, the two-tone partial leather interior comes in Luxor Beige and Black with matching floor mats, interior upholstered in embossed leather, standard Boss Audio system, and the Porsche Crest embossed on the seat headrests', makes the Platinum Edition truly the finest and the distinctive face into the Panamera family.
Available in five exterior colors, this edition also comes with many personalization options.
Also, Posche has introduced its new Cayenne Turbo S with 550 hp for $146,000 for 2013.