More digital, more luxurious, more efficient

Earlier this week Porsche revealed the third-generation Porsche Panamera.

The top-spec Turbo E-hybrid model produces a peak of 671bhp and 686 lb ft. can reach 0-62mph in 3.3 seconds and has a top speed of 196mph. The hybrid systems benefit from improvements in both range and efficiency. The motor is powered by a larger 25.9kWh battery that gives 56 miles of range. 


Much like the Cayenne the new Panamera design is more of an evolution. Up front, an additional air intake and a new nose give it a more sporting look. A redesigned window line and new flush rear windows create harmonious lines at the rear of the car. 

Porsche Active Suspension Management

The new Panamera come with dual-chamber two-valve air suspension with Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) as standard. The system noticeably dampens impact from transverse joints and road damage while at the same time ensuring more body stability in dynamic driving situations. 

Interior Design

Inside the Porsche Driver Experience cockpit concept features an ideal balance of digital and analogue control elements. The gear selector lever is dash-mounted and the mode switch for the Normal, Sport and Sport Plus driving programmes and assistance control stalks are also directly accessible to the driver. This means you don’t need to take your eyes off the road in order to adjust drive programmes and assistance systems. The driver also benefits from a 12.6-inch driver display and a 10.9-inch infotainment screen. An optional passenger display is also available, a 10.9-inch screen displays performance data, allows the operation of the infotainment system and supports video streaming. This passenger display cannot be seen from the driver’s seat. 


Prices will start at £79,500 for the V6 engined models and rise to £141,400 for the top-end V8 plug-in hybrid. On sale early 2024.

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