Porsche wants to remind us all of its Sonderwunsch programme with a one-off third-gen Panamera. For the uninitiated, the Sonderwunsch (“special request”) programme, as the name suggests, allows Porsche customers to bespoke their cars to their heart’s content—as long as it’s all about visual enhancements/upgrades. This particular example, named Panamera Turbo Sonderwunsch, was unveiled in Shanghai.
The one-off Panamera is painted in a two-tone finish centered around a specially created color called Leblon Violet Metallic. Apparently, the violet tone has a hint of chestnut. The color then fades into a solid black in the lower third of the car. The door sills and front and rear spoiler lips are in solid black. Tinted headlights, taillights and windows continue the theme, and the tailpipes are in Bronzite. Furthermore, the clear coat of the Sonderwunsch Panamera Turbo contains flakes vaporized with real gold.
You can also notice pinstripes in a newly developed color called Avium Metallic with an integrated Sonderwunsch logo; the side window frames are also in the same color. The car rides on 21-inch centre-locking rims finished in the same Avium Metallic.
Porsche didn’t disclose what’s it is gonna do with this one-off car. My best guess is that it’ll be sold at an extra large price to a collector, or, will be sent to the museum in Germany.