Remember the Porsche Panamera Exclusive Series? In case it’s slipped your mind, that’s the ultra-luxurious and even more exclusive (read: expensive) limited-edition model of the Panamera Turbo S that Porsche unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show last month. And according to Autocar, all 100 examples of the car have already sold out.
The Porsche Panamera Exclusive Series didn’t just sell out, they figuratively flew out of the front doors of its Porscheplatz HQ. All 100 units sold out in just 48 hours at $310,000 a piece (that’s $31 million in revenue for Porsche), which exceeded even Porsche’s expectations. All Exclusive Panamera models were built on the Turbo S Executive trim level, with a 4.8-liter 570 horsepower twin-turbocharged V8, all-wheel drive, a wheelbase extended by six-inches, 10-inch touch screens for the rear seats, and other luxury options.
The huge interest surrounding the Panamera Exclusive Series has reportedly prompted the Stuttgart-based automaker to consider offering similar limited-edition models. Porsche’s head of research and development, Wolfgang Hatz, told Autocar he “wish we’d offered more cars” for sale and will “do more in the future” based on what they’ve learned from the project. In other words, the success of the Panama Exclusive could lead to ultra-exclusive versions of the Cayenne SUV, Macan or 911.