Porsche has been making the Panamera for 10 years now, and the German automaker celebrating with a special-edition version of the sporty sedan.
Available on the Panamera, the four-wheel drive Panamera 4 and Panamera 4 E-Hybrid—as well as their hatchback Sport Turismo derivatives—the 10 Years Edition package boasts exclusive aesthetic upgrades. The new 21-inch wheels in are finished in satin-gloss white gold, as is “Panamera 10” logo on the front doors.
The interior gets more white gold stitching on black leather seats, the same logo on the front passenger trim panel and door entry guards, and a bunch of red dome lighting that gives off an almost-nightclub feel.
Beyond the visuals, there’s a plethora of now-standard features that represent something of a bargain because they would cost even more to get in a stock Panamera, as Car and Driver notes. We’re talking LED matrix headlights, numerous driver-assist programs, a panoramic roof system, privacy glass, heated 14-way comfort seats, soft-close doors, digital radio and Bose surround sound audio.
All versions also have an adaptive three-chamber air suspension with Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM). The hybrid models receive an on-board charger with a charging capacity of 7.2 kW instead of the otherwise standard 3.6 kW.
The 10 Years Edition of the 2020 Panamera starts at $104,650, the Panamera 4 at $108,850, and the hybrid at $118,250. Look for the first models to arrive stateside in the first quarter of 2020.