Porsche Panamera Reviews
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Read all our Porsche Panamera reviews here. Porsche's first luxury four-door sedan, the Panamera first hit the market just recently in 2010 to a barrage of criticism from the hardcore Porsche enthusiasts. Despite the noise, the Panamera continues to sell well, seeing a facelift in 2013, a variety of hybrid models, and in 2017, a wagon variant called the Panamera Sport Turismo that will likely cater more to families and less to the executive types the car was originally designed for.
First unveiled at the Shanghai International Auto Show in April 2009, the Porsche Panamera is the automakers first proper production luxury sedan. Porsche purists may disapprove of the idea of a four-door Porsche, but they also did when the Cayenne first hit the market over ten years – and the Cayenne is now the company’s best-selling vehicle. The Panamera finds a front-engine with two-wheel drive, with an all-wheel drive version also available. Three years after its Shanghai debut, the Panamera was offered in a hybrid and diesel version in 2011, and in 2013 a refreshed facelift was announced for the sedan; also a plug-in hybrid version -the e-Hybrid – began selling in the US in late 2013.
For 2018, Porsche introduces the all-new Panamera Sport Turismo: their 4-door saloon taking on more of a wagon look including seating for 3 in the back and redesigned rear styling unlike the other Panameras in the lineup.
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