The latest model in Porsche’s
Panamera range has arrived in India. The Panamera Diesel Edition stands out
through elegant styling combined with a significantly expanded range of
standard equipment and a powerful 250 hp (184 kW) engine. The new Panamera
Diesel Edition is now available for order at Porsche Centres across India. The
basic retail price ex-showroom in Maharashtra is Rs 1,04,16,000.
Its exterior is marked by
subtle design tones, including high-glossy black trim strips on the side
windows and door handles in the same colour, when equipped with the optional
Porsche Entry & Drive. Coming as standard are 19-inch alloy wheels in
Panamera Turbo II design, including wheel hub covers with a coloured Porsche
crest, as well as bi-xenon headlights operating the Porsche Dynamic Light
Commenting on the introduction
of the latest Panamera model variant, Pavan Shetty, Director, of Porsche India,
said: “The Panamera Diesel Edition is a thrilling four-door sports car that
provides an abundance of driving pleasure, combined with styling accents that
typify this specific model from Porsche. The range of additional equipment
available as standard makes this premium model a truly attractive offering for
In addition, the Panamera
Edition boasts bi-colour part-leather upholstery in Black-Luxor Beige with the
Porsche crest embossed on all head rests, Sport Design steering wheel and door
sill guards with "Edition" lettering. The standard Porsche
Communication Management (PCM) system with a seven-inch touchscreen monitor
combines audio, navigation and communication features. An outstanding sound
experience is ensured by the 585-watt Bose®Surround Sound System with 14
The Panamera Diesel also comes
with additional standard features, such as Adaptive Air Suspension with Porsche
Active Suspension Management (PASM), Park Assist (front and rear), including
reversing camera, electric slide and tilt sun roof, soft close doors, 4-zone
climate control and Power Steering Plus, all ensuring maximum comfort levels
for driver and passengers alike.
Source: Porsche India
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