Porsche is extending its Panamera range about four or five months after the second-generation model’s covers came off.
The German sports vehicle marque is introducing a base Panamera model. So as a long-wheelbase Executive option, at the upcoming 2016 Los Angeles auto show.
These sport cars will join the Panamera 4S, Panamera 4 E-Hybrid and Panamera Turbo models that Porsche already presented in the past.
In the base Panamera power is still running from a V-6. Albeit a turbocharged 3.0-liter unit vice of the generation’s before, naturally-aspirated 3.6-liter V-6. Top output is 330 horsepower, or 20 hp more than the generations before. Only this model has drive in the rear wheels, Even Porsche offers a Panamera 4 with all-wheel drive.
As for the long-wheelbase Executive choice, this is accessible only on all-wheel-drive Panameras. When we say that we mean the Panamera 4, Panamera 4S, Panamera 4 E-Hybrid and Panamera Turbo. It gives an extra 5.9 inches to the wheelbase. That’s pretty much all of that profiting rear-seat passengers.
The Executive choice is really made for China’s chauffeur-driven class. It involves comfort characteristics like warmed seats with multi-way electrical adjustment, a roll-up sunblind. So as an accessible rear-seat entertainment package with 10.1-in displays merged into the backrests of the front seats.
The second-generation Panamera will be delivering in January 2017
The second-generation Panamera will be delivering in January 2017. The first models for deliveries will be the Panamera 4S and Panamera Turbo,. Their price will range from $100,950 and $147,950. They will announce at some later date when will the other models be available and which prices will have.
The 2016 L.A. auto show is on the November 14. For more informations about the show, stay tuned.
Panamera – 330 hp – TBA
Panamera 4 – 330 hp – TBA
Panamera 4S – 440 hp – $100,950
Panamera 4 E-Hybrid – 462 hp – TBA
Panamera Turbo – 550 hp – $147,950