K-pop superstar Jennie Kim, a member of girl group BLACKPINK, recently received the keys to a personalized Porsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo that makes a bold statement.
The singer worked with experts from Porsche’s Sonderwunsch team, as well as the Exclusive Manufaktur and Style Porsche design departments, to make a Taycan 4S Cross Turismo that stands out from most others.
“It was an exciting experience working with JENNIE from BLACKPINK on Porsche Korea’s first Sonderwunsch project,” Porsche Korea chief executive Holger Gerrmann said. “JENNIE is an influential global icon that represents a generation of young and creative opinion leaders and the ‘Generation Z’ in Korea.”
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Adorning the exterior of the car is a simple shade of metallic black but making the car stand out are the 21-inch Exclusive Design wheels finished in a color dubbed Meissenblue. The Taycan’s ‘Electric’ lettering on the driver’s door, the rear badge, and the custom cloud logos on the B-pillars are finished in the same shade of light blue.
Elsewhere, the door sills have illuminated lettering reading ‘Jennie Ruby Jane’ at the front and her nickname ‘NiNi’ at the rear. The typography used by the 992-generation 911 is featured and the logo projectors cast an illuminated cloud onto the ground under the doors.
Further unique touches were made in the cabin of the car with a combination of Black, Crayon, and Meissenblue used throughout. Distinctive cloud logos are also featured on the headrests while a special indoor car cover was also delivered to the singer.
“Being able to collaborate so intensively on my own very personal Porsche was an amazing experience,” Jennie described. “I’m especially proud of having designed the visualization of the clouds. I spend a lot of time traveling around the world – the sky and the clouds are my traveling companions and a beautiful symbol of these unique experiences. This is why I feel a special connection to them and am so passionate about photographing these nature motifs.”