Both variants are distinguished by 19-inch Panamera Turbo II wheels and high-gloss black trim strips on the side windows.
The interior has also received a few modest tweaks, with ‘Edition’ lettering on the door sill plates and special floor mats. Otherwise it matches standard packages, with a two-tone theme in black and Luxor Beige with the Porsche crest embossed on the head rests.
The packages come equipped with most available options, including a 585-watt Bose sound system with 14 speakers, a seven-inch infotainment system, active suspension management and 14-way comfort seats, among other features.
The Panamera Edition will go on sale in the US by June. Prices start at $80,995 (including $995 freight) for the standard model, or $85,295 for the Panamera 4 Edition.