2010 Porsche Panamera receives new 20-inch forged wheels

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

Increasingly more customization options are becoming available for Porsche's fourth model as the market launch nears. The latest addition the range: new 20-inch forged wheels!

The design of the new set of wheels stands out through five striking, highly polished double spokes, titanium-colored, painted spoke flanks and the rim center star that gives a twin-tone look.

These wheels actually are similar to the wheels on the new 911 Turbo. The 20-inch 911 Turbo II wheels are available for all models in the Panamera range. Rim dimensions at the front are 9.5 J x 20, with 255/40 ZR 20 tires. The rear wheels measure 11 J x 20 and run on 295/35 ZR 20 tires.

The complete wheels set is priced at 2,600 euros on the Panamera S and Panamera 4S, and at 1,400 euros for the Panamera Turbo. Other customization options were presented earlier but these were mainly for the interior of the Panamera.

You can choose to have the Porsche logo on the headrests on either the front or the front and rear seats. The instrument faces and the Sport Chrono stopwatch come on request in Luxor Beige, Indian Red and Carrara White.

The seat belts are available in Silver Grey or Indian Red. The package also features the Porsche Rear Seat Entertainment system, comprising of two high-resolution seven-inch color displays integrated in the backrests of the front seats, as well as individual players and two cordless infra-red headsets.

The customization options for the car's exterior are few. They're limited to air intake grids at the front finished in body color as well as air outlet grids in the car's wings behind the front wheels.

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