Porsche has hit a lot of milestones lately after being ranked #1 for Most Attractive Brand by U.S. Customers, in studies by J.D. Power & AutoPacific. In the past few months they have announced the testing of electric Boxters, production for the 918 Spyder, and building the 25,000th Porsche Panamera.
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Porsche Design has come fourth with a Panamera collection inspired by the sporty four-seater. The Panamera collection extends out into luggage, watches, and clothing all coming packaged with the essence of the Porsche Panamera.
The AluFrame trolleys were designed to fit perfectly inside the luggage compartment of the Gran Turismo and other Porsche models. The hard-shell luggage pieces are made from aluminum and polycarbonate and come in three models which are available in different sizes and are done in the original Porsche exterior colors.
The watches come in black and shades of brown. The Chronograph Panamera for him and her and the Chronograph Panamera Turbo boast a stainless steel case with the signature Panamera logo.
Most of the items will be released on September 12th, together with the market release of the Panamera. Check out the rest of the collection below.
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Finally, after waiting so long we finally receive some new information on Porsche’s latest. Check out some pictures of the Panamera’s interior. Porsche definitely gets two thumbs up from me, they’re are emphasizing what luxury means with this vehicle!
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Porsche really has high hopes for this car. The car manufacturer has said they plan on selling 20,000 units of the Panamera each year with hopes that the demand increases to 50,000 units annually, with sales beginning in the U.S., Europe and Asia next year.
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Pictures of the Porsche Panarema interior have hit the web. After looking at all the shots, I’m not sure if I really am digging the new interior. It looks a little bit clustered and complicated. We’ll be able to see it in person during the second quarter of 2009 when it gets released. A hybrid version is expected in mid-2010.
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