Porsche Panamera Gran Turismo
aka Typ 970
Production 2009-2016 (first generation)

2016-Present (second generation)

Class Full-size Luxury Sedan/grand tourer/four door supercar
Super Sedan
Body Style 4-door, 4-seat Berlina Hatchback Sedan
Length 195.7 in (4970 mm)
Width 76.0 in (1931 mm)
Height 55.8 in (1418 mm)
Wheelbase 115.0
Weight 3880 lb (V6)
3946 lb (V8)
Transmission 6-Speed Manual, RWD or AWD
7-Speed Dual-Clutch PDK Gearbox, RWD or AWD
Engine 3.6 litre V6
4.8 litre naturally aspirated V8
4.8 litre twin-turbo V8
Power 300 hp @ N/A rpm
295 lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm

400 hp @ N/A rpm
369 lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm

520 hp @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
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Mercedes-Benz S-Class
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Jaguar XJ
Aston Martin Rapide
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Fisker Karma
Designer Michael Mauer

The Porsche Panamera Gran Turismo (colloquially Porsche Panamera) is a four-door, four-seat supersedan launched in March 2009 at the Geneva Motor Show. It will be front engined and rear wheel drive and powered by a modified version of the 4.5 L V8 found in the Cayenne, equipped with the FSI system invented by Volkswagen (Porsche and Volkswagen collaborated on the Cayenne/Touareg sport utility vehicle). Base spec models will be engineered with a 3.6 litre V6 found in the 2008 facelifted Cayenne, and there is even a hybrid version in the pipeline. Rumours suggested that the V10 engine from Porsche's limited-run Carrera GT supercar may be offered as well, although this is still extremely unlikely given the expense of manufacturing the engine and that Porsche does not currently have a facility capable of producing a suitable number of the V10 per year. A rumour is also around that the V12 diesel from the Audi Q7 could make it into the Panamera

The final assembly of the vehicles will take place in Leipzig. Engines will be assembled in Stuttgart, and the car's painted body will come from the Volkswagen facility in Hanover.

The Panamera is generally considered to be the long-awaited fruit of their 989 concept from the late 1980s; some argue that it also presents itself as a suitable successor to the 2-doored 928, although some amount of debate surrounds this. It will be marketed as a direct competitor to automobiles such as the Mercedes-Benz CLS 55 AMG and Maserati Quattroporte and (to a lesser degree) a less expensive alternative to vehicles such the Bentley Continental GT, Ferrari 612 Scaglietti and Aston Martin Rapide. It is the first V8-engined sports car built by Porsche since 1995, when the 928 was discontinued and will be produced in the new plant at Leipzig alongside the Cayenne. The vehicle has been caught testing at the Nurburgring and the original sketches are a little more sleek than the taped up model spied testing

The Panamera's name is derived, like the Porsche Carrera line, from the Carrera Panamericana race. Earlier prototypes of four-door sedans such as the 1991 Porsche 989 prototype or the even earlier 4 door 911 based prototype, never went into production.

Recent Changes

  • For 2017 the Panamera enters its second generation.
  • The Porsche Panamera Turbo was selected as the official safety car for the 2011 ALMS (American Le Mans Series).[1]
  • On April 20, 2009, Porsche finally officially debuted its controversial Panamera sedan at the 2009 Shanghai Motor Show.[2]

Styles and Major Options

Porsche Personalization Program


  • full leather treatment
  • special wood
  • aluminum or carbon decorative trims
  • unique instrument faces in different colors
  • embossed Porsche logo on the front and rear headrests.
  • refrigerator (10.5 liters) (comes w/ two special glasses bearing the Porsche logo)
  • complete set of cases and bags tailored to the luggage compartment
  • 12 V cooling bag
  • rear-end bicycle rack made of aluminum and finished in matt black.


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Engine and Transmission

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RECALL ALERT: Porsche Recalls Every Single Panamera...on the Planet


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Official Teaser

Porsche Panamera Hybrid Schematics

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Main Competitors

Since the arrival of the Maserati Quattroporte,other sportscar makers which generally producing 2 door sportscar,are inspired to make a 4 door sportscar.British automotive tv show,Top Gear says that these cars are classified as "4 door supercars".The Panamera was said to be a 4 door Porsche 911.These are the officially claimed competitors of the Panamera :

The Porsche Panamera is officially classified as a "grand tourer" and a "4 door coupe",these are the competitors in that category :

Hybrid Models

As part of the 2013 Panamera facelift, Porsche announced the introduction of aplug-in hybrid model, the Panamera S E-Hybrid. The plug-in version was unveiled at the April 2013 Shanghai Auto Show. The S E-Hybrid is powered by a 71 kW (97 PS; 95 bhp) electric motor, with a total system power of 310 kW (421 PS; 416 bhp). Top speed is 84 mph (135 km/h) in all-electric mode, and its time from 100 km/h (62 mph) is 5.2 seconds. The plug-in electric hybrid will have a 9.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack capable of delivering arange of more than 32 km (20 mi) under the New European Driving Cycle(NEDC) standard. The battery can be fully charged in approximately 2½ hours from a 240V power source. The Panamera plug-in hybrid reduces fuel consumption to 3.1 L/100 km (91 mpg-imp; 76 mpg-US), down from 7.11 L/100 km (39.7 mpg-imp; 33.1 mpg-US) for the current Panamera hybrid, which translates to CO2 emissions of 71 g/km, down from 167g/km for the current hybrid

In November 2013, the UK Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) approved the eligibility of the Panamera S E-Hybrid for the Plug-in Car Grant which entitles customers to a maximum purchase subsidy of GB£5,000 ( ~US$8,000). The plug-in hybrid was rated with a fuel economy of 91 mpg-imp(3.1 L/100 km; 76 mpg-US) and CO2 emissions of 71 g/km.

Unique Attributes

There is a possibility that Porsche is going to make the hybrid version,as seen in the Cayenne.


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Despite the differences in dimensions and design, a reviewer noted that the Panamera's driving dynamics were close to that of the 911, and it "seems to occupy the no-man's-land between really good sports sedans and proper sports cars", and so far the Panamera has won every comparison test against other four-door performance cars on the market such as the Maserati Quattroporte and Aston Martin Rapide. Function was also praised, with the 15.7 cubic feet (440 L) hatchback trunk, and the four-corner adaptive air suspension that retained superior handling while also providing a comfortable ride for public roads. Edmunds stated that the Panamera was an innovative engineering feat that "makes a unique statement about the way that luxury transportation and serious high-performance potential can be mixed together in one car".

Unlike most of the V8-engined contemporaries, all models of the Panamera avoid the US Gas Guzzler Tax. The V6-powered Panamera was also praised, as its smaller engine still retained respectable acceleration, and as it had even better handling than its V8 siblings, due to the engine being lighter by 100 lb (45 kg) which gave the car better weight distribution.

However, CAR magazine of the U.K. described the S model as lacking sportiness, which they attributed to their test car's being "about as oriented to comfort as it’s possible to get" and called the Turbo model "a missed opportunity on behalf of Porsche" to be "the world’s first lightweight four seater" as the top model weighs as much as an Audi S8.

The 30 November 2008 edition of BBC's Top Gear featured a look at the Panamera in its news section, with the three presenters being very critical of the look. In the June 2009 edition, Richard Hammond and James May were seen driving the Panamera along the A30 in Devon, Great Britain. They were racing against a letter sent via Royal Mail between the Isles of Scilly and theOrkney Islands. Jeremy Clarkson reviewed the Porsche Panamera for an article with The Times newspaper and was quite critical.


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Current Generation: (2017–present)

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Porsche Panamera Gran Turismo
aka 971
Production 2016-Present
Class Full size luxury car
Body Style 4-door fastback

5-door estate 2-door coupe

Length 5,049 mm (198.8 in)
Width 1,937 mm (76.3 in)
Height 1,423 mm (56.0 in)
Wheelbase 2,950 mm (116.1 in)
Weight 1,815 kg (4,001 lb) to 2,310 kg (5,093 lb)
Transmission 8-speed PDK
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3.0 L V6 Turbo 2.9 L V6 Twin-turbo 4.0 L V8 Twin-turbo Diesel: 4.0 L V8 Twin-turbo

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The second generation Panamera was revealed on 28 June 2016 at a special event in Berlin, Germany. It’s 35mm longer, 5mm wider and 5mm taller than before, with a 30mm longer wheelbase. The inside gets a redesigned new dashboard layout, with touch-sensitive surfaces replacing the previous car’s array of buttons. A centrally mounted tachometer also harks back to the legendary 1955 Porsche 356 A.

The new car includes two seven-inch displays in place of the dials, as well as a 12.3-inch touchscreen featuring online sat-nav, Apple CarPlay integration and an updated voice control system. Under the bonnet is a new engine range, with only the Panamera 4S, 4S Diesel and flagship Turbo available from launch.

First Generation/Origins (2009–2016)


The Panamera is available worldwide.

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