Porsche is twitting us with one more pretty rare and exclusive thingon Facebook. This time that it’s Porsche’s Exclusive Panamera Turbo Executive .
Porsche presented the Carmine Red sedan with 21-inch SportDesign wheels on its Facebook. It is getting thousands of likes and hundreds of shares.
Yes it might just look like every other Panamera Turbo Executive from the outside. But this is the special one, and it began a part of rare collection of “Exclusive” Caymans, Cayennes, Macans, 718s, and 911s.
Stuttgart has been making one-offs and limited models since the 1930s. It real name was c “Sonderwunschprogramm” or the Special Wishes Program. In 1986, the it got different name. It was much easier to spell Porsche Exclusive.
The program shows the highest level of personalization for Porsche lovers
The program shows the highest level of personalization for Porsche lovers. If you wish an all Alcantara inside, more wood, carbon or aluminum, Porsche Exclusive fullfilled wishes.
In the early 1950s, a Porsche 356 has fur all over at the request of a buyer — so, if you can dream it hey can make it for a price.
This newest example has a few handcrafted flourishes like a black and Bordeaux Red leather inside with red stitching all over the cabin.
There’s illuminated carbon fiber doorsill guards, a red-faced clock for the dash, and even a matching two-toned key fob. There are no more details were presented about the Panamera, not just posted photos.
Before,buyers had to travel to Zuffenhausen or Leipzig to make the Porsche they wished. Now its easy. You can find design specialists at the Experience Center in Atlanta, Georgia and Los Angeles, California too.
Before making the appointment, you can begin building your dream Porsche by taking the company’s car configurator. A base Panamera Turbo Executive starts at $161,050. Carmine Red paint adds $3,300 and the SportDesign package in black adds another $6,075 to the bill.
There’s nothing to say about how high the price ould be to cover the exterior in Alcantara. However, we bet it would cost a lot and look much cooler than fur.