On-test: Porsche launches its new power players
Three out of the four revised Panamera models have received horsepower increases and, while the GTS Sport Turismo might just have the edge on the others, the whole range is supremely talented
Porsche’s Panamera, now into its second generation, has to stand apart from the massed ranks of executive four-door saloons that are out there: it must be both sporty and luxurious, balance a tech-laden interior with an engaging drive, and it has to feel suitably prestigious and yet reasonably attainable at the same time.
It’s a tough act to pull off but, since the second-generation arrived in 2017, the Panamera has managed it. Now,...
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