To increase Panamera appeal in Europe, Porsche introduced a new special edition, called "Edition". What is more suggesting than that? The car will offer customers high levels of customization along a better-equipped interior.
On the outside, the Panamera Edition comes with additional subtle design tones, including high-glossy black trim strips on the side windows. The standard 19-inch alloy wheels in Panamera Turbo II design feature wheel hub covers with a coloured Porsche crest.
The Panamera Edition also boasts bi-colour part-leather upholstery in Black-Luxor Beige with the Porsche crest embossed on all head rests, Sport Design steering wheel, doorsill plates with "Edition" lettering and special floor mats.
The standard Porsche Communication Management (PCM) system with a seven-inch touchscreen monitor combines audio, navigation and communication features. The sound experience is ensured by a 585 watt Bose Surround Sound System with 14 speakers.
Additional extensive technical features included ex-factory in the Panamera Edition are Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), bi-xenon headlights with Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS), Park Assist front and rear including reversing camera and Power Steering Plus.
Specific variants will be offered in two countries: The Panamera Edition for China will be made even more attractive for customers who use chauffeurs through the addition of comfort seats in the rear and electric roll-up sunblinds for the side windows and rear window. Models in the USA are equipped with 14-way comfort seats in the front, including comfort memory package, as well as seat heating in the front and rear.
The Panamera Edition will go on sale in Germany in June. Prices will start at 86,490 Euros for the Panamera Edition; the Panamera Diesel Edition will cost 88,275 Euros and the Panamera 4 Edition will have a list price of 91,131 Euros.