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2024 Porsche Panamera Get Upgraded Both Inside And Outside

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This is the new Porsche Panamera. Completely new? Not that. Porsche acknowledges that the platform is being transferred from the well-known second generation, and we can confirm that this also applies to the engines. Judging from the photos, we are even hoping that this is actually a ‘reskin’. That is not a well-known term, but it means that the innovation is somewhere between a facelift and a completely new model. The roof, windshield, the windows in the doors, and perhaps also the doors themselves, will then be transferred from the old generation. At the same time, there is also a lot new, more than with a facelift. In addition to the nose and tail, the entire rear screen, in combination with the C-pillar, is also new. It shows a more flattened version of the rear side window, while the opening for the loading/fuel filler flap is now oval-shaped, and the cutout for the rear bumper is sleeker and simply different.

Customers will be able to select from an array of capable powertrains. Two models, Panamera and Panamera 4, will be available at launch. Powered by a turbocharged 2.9-liter V6, these models produce 348 horsepower and 368 lb-ft of torque (an improvement of 23 hp and 37 lb-ft). The six-cylinder motor features revised ignition timing, injection volume, and optimized boost pressure.

2024 Porsche Panamera Get Upgraded Both Inside And Outside 2024 Porsche Panamera Get Upgraded Both Inside And Outside

The rear-wheel-drive Panamera springs to 60 mph in five seconds flat, while the AWD version reaches the same speed 0.3 seconds sooner. The former has a top speed of 169 mph, while the latter runs out of steam at 168 mph. Those craving more power will have to wait for the E-Hybrid drivetrains, which boast improved performance and efficiency. The Panamera Turbo E-Hybrid will be the first to arrive, with a reworked 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, a 187-hp electric motor, and a 25.9 kWh battery.





Total system outputs are a heady 670 hp and 685 lb-ft, allowing the Turbo E-Hybrid to dispatch the 0 to 60 mph sprint time in a supercar-rivaling three seconds and reach a top speed of 195 mph. Porsche has cleverly integrated the electric motor into the housing of the eight-speed PDK transmission. With no need for a separate motor housing, the automaker has trimmed around 11 lbs of fat from the Panamera.

Naturally, the Panamera also has a modern and sleek Taycan-like interior, as was previously the case with the Cayenne. With the Panamera, however, this means a considerably smaller revolution, since the Panamera dashboard was already broadly constructed in accordance with this new style. With digital instruments, a revised center console, an optional touchscreen for the passenger, and an overall sleeker and cleaner design, the Panamera interior is ready for the future without major tinkering with the design. The automatic transmission lever—in fact, no more than a button—shifts from the center tunnel to a place on the right behind the steering wheel, so that there is more space in the middle for other things. The new Panamera can already be ordered, and deliveries should start in March.

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