The 2024 Porsche Panamera Turbo will be available in a rare two-tone finish with real gold inside

Porsche just pulled a rabbit out of the hat at the Panamera’s big debut in Shanghai. Picture this – the Turbo model, a showstopper straight from the wizards at the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur division. They’re not holding back, showcasing what’s possible with the Sonderwunsch program. Translation: Your ride, your rules.

Okay, it’s technically a one-off, but here’s the kicker – Porsche’s basically saying, “Why not have one just like this?” The Panamera Turbo is bathed in Leblon Violet Metallic, with a dash of chestnut and a clear coat sprinkled with actual gold flakes. The lower half? Sleek black, with a coachline in Avium Metallic bringing in a breath of fresh air. And those 21-inch centerlock wheels? Yep, they’re rocking the same new hue. Spoilers, door sills, lights, and windows – they’ve all joined the party. Oh, and don’t miss those bronze quad exhaust tips – the cherry on top.

Hold onto your seat, though – Porsche’s keeping the interior a secret until next year. This Panamera Turbo Sonderwunsch isn’t just eye candy; it’s a glimpse into the wild possibilities for those with pockets deep enough for a one-of-a-kind ride.

And while you’re lost in dreams of a personalized Panamera, guess what? Porsche’s already taking orders for the regular model in the US. The base Panamera starts at $99,900 (before the $1,650 destination and handling fees), and the all-wheel-drive Panamera 4 at $106,900. Both hitting the streets next spring.