Porsche Panamera Customization Options Released

After witnessing these past few months only finance-related news about German manufacturer Porsche, it is time to take a step back and look at what it does best: building cars. With the market release of the Panamera only a few months away, the carmaker released today the list of available customization options for the new sports car.

Created by Porsche Exclusive the customization options are mainly intended for the interior of the Panamera. The Interior package comes on request with individual elements and components finished in body color, including the louvers on the air vents and even the key to the car. The Porsche logo on the headrests are available on either the front or the front and rear seats. Otherwise, the louvers on the air vents, the sun visors, the interior mirror, the trim cover on the steering column and the seat console front and rear are all available in top-grade leather.

The instrument faces and the Sport Chrono stopwatch come on request in Luxor Beige, Indian Red and Carrara White, while the seat belts are available in Silver Grey or Indian Red. The door cutouts can be illuminated and non-illuminated and are made of either carbon or brushed

The Panamera rolls off the assembly lines with Porsche Rear Seat Entertainment system, comprising of two high-resolution seven-inch colour displays integrated in the backrests of the front seats, as well as individual players and two cordless infra-red headsets.

For the exterior of the car, the customization options are somewhat limited, as they are confined to air intake grids at the front finished in body colour as well as air outlet grids in the car’s wings behind the front wheels.

Porsche's Tequipment offers interior packages, steering wheels in carbon or wood as well as a special wheel and tire combination for summer and winter driving ranging in size from 18 to 20 inches.

All the details on the customization options are available in the Panamera Exclusive Catalogue, available at all Porsche Centers. The Tequipment Catalogue will become available in September.
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