330 - 630 CV
10,2 - 13,0 l/100km
270 - 315 km/h
The Panamera or the vision of the big sport sedan according to Porsche
With the development of its latest model, the German manufacturer is in pole position in the sports saloon market. In this competitive sector where all the international players have one or more models, Porsche has carved out an exclusive niche for itself with its distinctive choice of a classy design strongly oriented to sport and performance, without compromising on the level of comfort essential to this category. The choice of name for the model, inspired by a famous Mexican race, is further evidence of this strong orientation. However, the brand has not forgotten to adapt to the times, and its awareness of current social and climatic concerns has prompted it to offer a hybrid model with limited consumption and CO2 emissions.
Porsche Panamera: a lightning trip in absolute comfort
While the saloon fully accepts its sporting ambitions, it remains a roadster with maximized driving comfort. The cabin, halfway between an aeroplane cockpit and a cosy cocoon, speaks of a desire to escape, so long as the road to salvation is paved with asphalt. Although the German manufacturer is not a specialist in saloons, we have to admit that this opus, with its very German sobriety and excellent road performance, is a great success. Let’s look back at what convinced us.
Porsche PANAMERA: driving pleasure first and foremost
6 engines for all desires, technological equipment for a perfect trip