Tuesday November 24, 2020

Panamera enhances its appeal

Porsche was asked to come up with a more comfortable and capable Panamera – and it’s done exactly that

28th August, 2016
The Porsche Panamera can do a spectacular turn of speed on unrestricted autobahns, approaching its max speed of 306km/h with ease

Dr Gernot Döllner, director of Model Line Panamera, is sitting beside me in a disguised Porsche Panamera Turbo in traffic in South Africa. He’s driving, discussing the differences between this all-new ‘G2’ Panamera and the one that went before it.

Specifically, what customers want from it. “More of the same, but with greater comfort and space,” says Döllner, and that task has kept him busy for the last four...

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