All models in the Panamera range come with Porsche Direct Fuel Injection, low-friction drive systems, and weight-optimised lightweight bodies.
The customer can choose among steel suspension or adaptive air suspension with a fully-controlled damper system. And thanks to its intelligent chassis concept, the Panamera promises to combine the driving comfort of a luxurious grand touring saloon with the driving dynamics of a thoroughbred Porsche sports car. Depending on his individual style of motoring or current traffic conditions, the driver can choose either a particularly comfortable or an especially sporting set-up most conveniently at the touch of a button.
With its centre console extending back from the dashboard all the way to the rear seats, Porsche's new Gran Turismo offers a feeling of space and motoring pleasure on all four seats, highlighting the personal ambience and style of each individual passenger.
The driver's seat and cockpit offers optimum ergonomics all round, a low seating position providing that direct contact to the road again so typical of Porsche. The passengers, in turn, all enjoy highly comfortable single seats. The luxuriously appointed interior, may naturally be upgraded on request by a wide range of optional extras and special equipment.Porsche announces Panamera Turbo S
30 March 2011 New options for Porsche Panamera
17 August 2010 Porsche Panamera improved for 2010
18 June 2010 New V6-engine for Porsche Panamera
16 February 2010