If there is anything Porsche loves more than creating cars that are amazing to drive , its allowing people to pay unheard of amounts of money to personalize them. The Porsche Exclusive program is one of the many ways that you can order a unique vehicle that is perfectly suited to your tastes and personal style.
Porsche has seen fit to release a Porsche Exclusive modified Panamera Turbo S on Facebook. The collection of photos gives us a good look at what sort of customizations are possible, and Porsche was even kind enough to include a list of changes and exclusive options with every still image.
Overall the car is very menacing, very beautiful, and very desirable. Although we don’t have a price, you can be sure its expensive. A base Panamera Turbo S rings in at more than $180k.
I would suspect you could take home a shiny new Ferrari 458 for the asking price of this powerful machine.
Click past the jump to read more about the Porsche Panamera Turbo S in Jet Black Metallic by Porsche Exclusive.
Porsche Panamera Turbo S in Jet Black Metallic by Porsche Exclusive in detail
From every angle this car is menacing. The Jet Black Metallic paint coupled with the Porsche Exclusive black headlamps and black 20-inch Sport Classic wheels make the car look downright evil. To make sure you can see where you are going, and other can see your slab of onyx in the dark, this car is also equipped with the fancy Porsche Dynamic Lighting System Plus.
The black theme continues in the rear with Porsche Exclusive smoked taillamps, and a black-finished sports exhaust system. Aside from some chrome, and the yellow calipers of the Porsche PCCB brake kit, this car is completely black on the outside.
The inside of this beast is truly elegant, and nearly every single piece of the car is covered in carbon, leather, or aluminum. The interior features yet another Porsche Exclusive package. This contrasting package features a red interior color with black contrasts on the seat centers, armrests and dash. All four seats also feature an embossed Porsche crest in the headrest, and rear seat passengers are treated to a personal entertainment screen.
For that extra dash of sporty decadence, you will find carbon fiber slathered on the steering wheel, dash, center console, shifter, door panels, and the sill kick plates. What trim isn’t carbon or leather is made of aluminum, and the car features special aluminum pedals as well. Porsche has even covered the slats of the air vents in red leather to match the interior.
I love luxury, but who in the hell needs leather air conditioning vents?!
None of that really matters though when you start this thing up. As the base for this exclusive model was the Panamera Turbo S, there is a 570-horsepower, turbocharged V-8 sitting directly in front of the cabin. Aside from the nearly $1-million 918 supercar, this is the most powerful car Porsche makes.
All that grunt is mated to Porsche’s lighting-fast PDK transmission and it will propel this 16-foot long boat to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds. Top speed rings in at a ludicrous 192 mph. It appears to me that Porsche has learned how to flat-out break physics with those numbers.
To give you an idea just how impressive that is, the new Aston Martin V12 S is slower to 60 mph, even though it weighs almost 700 pounds less and measures a full twenty-five (25!!) inches shorter. The Panamera Turbo S might as well be powered by black holes and hellfire.
If you want the ultimate in high-speed, four-door performance, luxury, and exclusivity Porsche would love to hear from you. They have a black sedan that looks like the perfect fit for your needs.