Porsche releases a range of customisable options for the upcoming Panamera
5 August 2009

Porsche has launched a range of exclusive options available for the Panamera through its Porsche Exclusive and Porsche Tequipment accessory brands.

Porsche Exclusive options (fitted at the factory) offer a range of customisable interior trim finishes including carbon, wood, leather and aluminium.

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One such interior, Yachting Mahogany, has been inspired by boating and it features mahogany trim on the dashboard, doors, centre console, steering wheel and grab handles.

Porsche logos are also available on the front and rear headrests and “are obviously another must for the Panamera”, according to the German firm.

Customers opting for a Panamera with the PDK ‘box can specify their gear lever to be in aluminium, while the air vents, sun visors and interior mirror are all available in hand-stitched leather.

Porsche Tequipment options (fitted at the dealership) include a 10.5-litre rear cool box, which sits between the two rear seats and comes with two Porsche glasses.

A rear entertainment system is also on offer and this features two seven-inch LCD screens, with the ability to display DVDs as well as having full iPod connectivity.

Other Tequipment on offer includes an aluminium bike rack, 18-, 19- and 20-inch alloy wheel options, Porsche child seats, a tow bar and roof rails.

Porsche Exclusive options are available to order now, with Porsche Tequipment options to follow in September. No prices for any equipment have been confirmed by Porsche.

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