Small teams of engineers always know how to make big, pricey luxury vehicle bigger and even more expensive. Look at the Sport Turismo,the Jaguar XJS-based Lynx Eventer, the Aston Martin Lagonda wagon by Roos Engineering, or now, Callaway’s Corvette AeroWagon. We live in a world where even Alfa Romeo has quit on its amazing sport wagons because of its SUV, where Jaguar won’t sell an XE wagon anywhere cause it thinks the F-Pace is taking caring of those buyers, and where Americans can only dream about something pretty and practical at the same time as it’s new BMW 5 Series Touring. Except if they want a Mercedes-Benz E400 4Matic wagon.
It is true that the E63 AMG wagon is coming to the U.S.
The Porsche Panamera Gran Turismo is more pricey than the sedan, but it only has a bit more space. It also has with all-wheel drive, but it is not faster than the regular four-door. It’s still worth of price, because it’s just what the Panamera should have been from the beginning. A super smooth, unbelievably fast luxury wagon you can throw all your money on.