Panamera Turbo S Drenched in Jet Black by Porsche Exclusive

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Porsche Exclusive, a customization program started 28 years ago by the German automaker, aims to give people of means exactly what they want. You can turn up with a pice of material to be scanned and turned into a paint scheme, but more often than not inspiration comes from what’s already within the automotive world already.
This is their latest work, a 2014 Porsche Panamera Turbo S that’s been done in Jet Black. This is a color normally associated with the BMW M3/3 Series, but Stuttgart has put a metallic flake twist and we have to admit that it's pretty cool.

Th Turbo four-door has also received a set of five-spoke 20-inch glossy black alloys along with the Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus and tinted taillights. Even the quad exhaust system has been touched by their hands and received a black powdercoating.

Changes were also made inside the cabin. There, red and black are combined together in a sporty theme that reminds us of TopCar tuning. Porsche Exclusive parts are applied throughout, like the carbon fiber insert of the gear selector or the custom door sills, leather-edged floor mats and alloy pedals and footrest.

The Sports Chrono package and leather-wrapped air vents could, of course, never be left out, since they are firm favorites with Porsche customers.

At the end of the day, this is still the most expensive and powerful version of the 2014 Panamera range. So no matter what you do to it, it has a predisposition to turn heads.

We’ll remind you that the new Turbo S came out in November 2013 and now produces 570 hp from its 4.8-liter twin-turbo, 20 hp more than its predecessor. This sportscar with four doors needs 3.6 seconds until reaching 60 mph (96 km/h) before topping out at 192 mph (309 km/h).
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