Porsche Marks 10 Years Of The Panamera With A 455HP Special Edition

Oct 3, 2019

Category: Rides

It’s been a whopping 10 years since Porsche first unveiled their high-performance shooting brake, the Panamera. To celebrate the major milestone, the manufacturer has unveiled a special, limited release they’re calling the Porsche Panamera 10 Years Edition.

Offered with three different powertrain options — including an E-Hybrid Sport Turismo with 455HP — this speedy four-door is as agile as ever. But the 10 Years Edition gets a whole slew of standard features normally reserved for optional upgrades that elevate it even higher. That includes a suite of onboard driver assistance modes, LED matrix headlights, a panoramic roof, privacy glass, heated seats, and a BOSE sound system. And, of course, it gets a sinister style boost with an all-black exterior matching special 21″ Panamera Sport Design wheels in satin-gloss White Gold Metallic. The 10 Years Edition Panamera is already available in Germany, but there’s no word if it will make its way to the States.

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