Porsche Panamera:Standard consumption (l/100km): 7.6; Carbon dioxide emissions (g/km): 173; Carbon dioxide emissions of Fuel and / or power supply (g/km): 40; Efficiency category:G*

Porsche Panamera:Standard consumption (l/100km): 7.6; Carbon dioxide emissions (g/km): 173; Carbon dioxide emissions of Fuel and / or power supply (g/km): 40; Efficiency category:G*

Panamera

A few years ago, everything to do with the saloon suddenly changed. Large, cumbersome and thickly padded instantly seemed outmoded qualities. On the road, something happened – something rather fast and dynamic: a sports car came along. A sports car with four seats, an unmistakable silhouette and performance figures normally associated only with a Porsche.
The Panamera. It changed everything. For drivers of saloons first and foremost. Sporting spirit – in business and in personal life – found its automotive counterpart. The courage to perform found a matching performer.

Now the change continues. Forwards. On the road, something is happening again. For sporty drivers – and their sporty companions – our engineers and designers have created the next Panamera. With the courage of a new generation.

Consumption data

Porsche Panamera:Standard consumption (l/100km): 7.6; Carbon dioxide emissions (g/km): 173; Carbon dioxide emissions of Fuel and / or power supply (g/km): 40; Efficiency category:G *

Exterior design

Exterior design

Does a sporty saloon really have to look like a saloon? Or can it look rather more athletic? With a taut roof line, for example, that displays a sleek and harmonious contour more likely to be associated with a two-seater?

The silhouette and proportions of the new Panamera models are more Porsche than ever. Clearly perceived rounded transitions, powerful muscles and a sharpened sports car silhouette emphasise the precision of the new design.

The wheelbase is 3 cm longer than that of the predecessor – the shorter overhang at the front and the longer overhang at the rear lend visual dynamism. The more prominent sculpting of the side creates the customary Porsche waistline and sense of lightness.

A stunning identifying feature at the front: LED main headlights with four-spot daytime running lights, including Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS) on the Panamera Turbo.
Characteristic features of all Panamera models: the light strip on the rear end and the slimline three-dimensional LED taillights with four-spot brake lights. The extending rear spoiler integrated into the body reduces lift at the rear axle at high speeds.

Interior design

Interior design

The interior has been completely restyled – and nevertheless remains typically Porsche. The centre console ascends towards the front. The dashboard is flat and conspicuously wide. The analogue rev counter is positioned in the middle of the instrument cluster.
Also new is the control concept: Porsche Advanced Cockpit. The centre console with Direct Touch Control has a surface in glass look featuring touch-sensitive buttons for direct access to the most important functions. In between: the compact gear selector. A high-resolution 12-inch touchscreen display is integrated into the dashboard. In conjunction with optional four-zone automatic climate control, the passengers in the rear also have a touchscreen display of their own. Two high-resolution screens, one to the right and one to left of the rev counter, display virtual instruments, maps and a range of other information.

Above all, though, there is plenty of space and comfort. Not so typical of a sports car. Absolutely typical of the new Panamera.

Brakes

Brakes

For over 60 years, we’ve been working on being faster. Even when it comes to slowing down. That’s why the new Panamera models are equipped with a brake system having six-piston aluminium monobloc fixed brake calipers at the front and four-piston equivalents at the rear. The brake discs are internally vented and slotted. This improves braking behaviour even under extreme conditions and heat is dissipated more effectively. The one-piece brake calipers have an enclosed construction. This makes them lighter yet highly resistant to deformation. Pedal travel is tight, the pressure point precise, the braking distance impressively short.

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Instrument cluster

Instrument cluster

Analogue meets digital: the new instrument cluster of the Panamera models is reminiscent of Porsche motorsport history – and, at the same time, it is as modern as only it can be.
In the middle and in direct view of the driver is the analogue rev counter, its needle integral to its truly classic design. To the left and right, two high-resolution displays provide you with a variety of information as and when you need it, such as the navigation map or Night Vision Assist.

On the left-hand side of the rev counter is the speedometer. In its centre, you can see data relating to adaptive cruise control, for example. In the display field on the outside left, you can choose to show the speed limit indicator, traffic sign recognition or the outside temperature.
On the right-hand side, the possibilities are even more varied. The inside display field is occupied by information from the on-board computer, the fuel gauge or the residual range. In the field on the outside right, you can see the time. And there’s also the option of viewing the map of the navigation system.

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