The latest Porsche Panamera features a design that is unmistakably Panamera and unmistakably a sports car - with long, dynamic proportions, pronounced shoulders, athletic flanks and an extremely fast roofline that’s 20mm lower at the rear. This typical Porsche flyline creates a stylistic link to Porsche's design icon, the 911. It’s a Gran Turismo that’s been rethought and realigned.
The typical Porsche interior has also been reinterpreted. Black panel surfaces and interactive displays combine a clear and intuitive user interface like that of smartphones and Tablets, with the practical requirements for controlling the car. Classic hard keys and conventional instruments have been reduced significantly; they’ve been replaced by touch-sensitive panels and individually configurable displays, which take centre stage in the new Porsche Advanced Cockpit - with great benefits for the driver as well as the front and rear passengers. Despite a significantly extended range of communication, convenience and support systems, different functions can now be used and operated more clearly and intuitively.
UNDER THE HOOD
A Porsche has always impressed with more than just power; its efficiency is equally important. To elevate this formula to a new level, all the second-generation Panamera's engines have been redesigned. Three new BiTurbo direct injection engines are being introduced at the market launch: The Panamera Turbo, the Panamera 4S and the Panamera 4S Diesel.
A V8 BiTurbo petrol engine that delivers 404kW/770Nm of torque that powers the Panamera Turbo features a 0-100km/h sprint time of just 3.8 seconds. The V6 petrol engine features 324kW/550Nm and drives the Panamera 4S. In the Panamera 4S Diesel, a V8 with 310kW generates powerful thrust and a maximum torque of 850Nm. One can expect an eight-speed PDK automatic gearbox across the range.
We will have pricing as well as availability closer to the official launch of the all-new Panamera.