The Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 Depth Guage PAM 193 was introduced in 2007. It features an automatic movement paired with an electronic, battery-operated depth gauge - the latter being officially certified by the METAS testing institute. It was officially part of the 'Special Instruments' collection.
The Panerai 253 Flyback Regatta was introduced in 2006 to celebrate the 2006 Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge. It features a black hobnail dial and a distinct blue hand for the chronograph's seconds counter.
The PAM 203 is arguably the most collectible Panerai of recent years, with its vintage Angelus 8 days movement housed in a contemporary Luminor 1950 case. However, the relatively unknown 2008 PAM 267 uses the same movement, yet features a Marina Militare dial and was made in just 6 pieces.