Porsche Enhances the Panamera with the ‘Platinum Edition’ Package

Nov 10, 2021

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Each and every time something new makes its way from Porsche, it’s never anything short of noteworthy. Now, they’ve bolstered what was already something to look forward to in their latest Panamera, adding the option of a luxurious new package. With the German manufacturer’s announcement of the 2022 Panamera Platinum Edition, they look to fuse design and power at an entirely new tier.

Their Platinum package relies heavily on a gorgeous new cosmetic approach. Sitting on a set of 21″ Exclusive Design Sport wheels finished off with a ‘Satin Platinum’ shine — the same finish is applied to the Panamera’s grille and Porsche branding at the rear. As one would expect, the sleek new luxury car also features Porsche’s Dynamic Lighting System Plus. Moving on to its interior, the 14-way comfort seats are truly the main attraction, offering comfort memory and four-zone climate control, all while featuring the signification of its package, as they are finished off with “Platinum Edition” embossed on each headrest. Performance-wise, not much has been altered from the base Panamera model, but they do feature the brand’s signature Active Suspension Management, allowing drivers to customize ride heights and firmness to their liking. Plus, the 2022 Panamera still boasts 325hp that remains impressive in its own right, especially when neighbored by such an incredibly sleek package.

With 13 different standard and metallic finish options to choose from, the Panamera Platinum Edition looks to tailor to your every need while sticking to its stock engine. Regardless, it sure looks good. The package can be applied to the Panamera, Panamera 4, and Panamera 4 E-Hybrid, starting at $101,900 for the former, and can be expected to arrive beginning Spring of 2022.

Purchase: $101,900+

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Photo: Porsche
Photo: Porsche

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