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Porsche Panamera Model Overview

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Porsche Panamera Questions

Langley Steinert

Panamera - Way Bad Idea?

the concept sounded good? 4 door sports sedan. I like the BMW m5 and the AUDI RS4. So why can't Porsche come out with a sports sedan that looks good. The pictures so far make this one of the ugliest c...

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Does The Panamera S Handle Better Than A Bmw M5?

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Where Do I Find The Dealership


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Can You Lease A Used Car?

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Langley Steinert

Anyone Driven The New Panamera?

has anyone driven this new car? Wondering if the handling makes up for an otherwise "ugly" looking car. What a pity, it could have been a real classic sports sedan.

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About the Porsche Panamera

An automaker that prides itself on its successful racing history and legendary sports coupes will enter a new competitive arena next year when Porsche introduces its highly anticipated four-door sedan for the 2010 model year: the Panamera. The company has produced four-door concepts and prototypes in the past, but the new sedan will be Porsche's first-ever full-fledged production sedan. Originally scheduled for the Geneva Auto Show in March, Porsche pushed back the Panamera's debut one month and moved it to Shanghai in recognition of the increasing size and importance of the Chinese auto market.

Porsche plans to offer the Panamera with three engines: a 3.6-liter, 300-hp V6 currently used in the Cayenne; a 4.8-liter, 405-hp V8; and a turbocharged version of the V8 producing 500 hp. The V8s will be the first eight-cylinder engines offered in a production Porsche since 1995, and many expect the Carrera GT's V10 and a diesel V12 will eventually be offered in the sedan. All versions will include Porsche's new PDK dual-clutch transmission.

Spy photos and videos first appeared in early 2007, but official images and details for the Panamera are now available on a Porsche microsite. Reactions to the design have been very mixed, and while many expect the car will be a huge hit as soon as it's available, many longtime Porsche fans and critics have said they strongly dislike its looks.