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The Porsche Panamera Gets A Wagon

By   March 2, 2017

Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo

Since the Porsche Panamera first debuted the rear end styling has met with quite a bit of criticism. The latest redesign helped alleviate some of the disparaging comments, but the Panamera Sport Turismo looks like it will be praised for its looks.

Of course most of the automotive media love a good shooting-brake, so that won’t hurt. The Sport Turismo styling resembles that of the 2012 Panamera Sport Turismo concept car, but with some updated styling.

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Ellen DeGeneres Visits The Porsche Experience Center In Los Angeles

By   December 28, 2016

Porsche Experience Center

Porsche Experience Center

Ellen DeGeneres is a big fan of Porsche (both the brand and a certain model). You may not know this, but she drives a Porsche Cayenne Turbo. It is fitting then that she was able to take full advantage of the new Porsche Experience Center in Los Angeles.

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Porsche Panamera Executive Lineup

By   November 22, 2016

Porsche Panamera Executive

Porsche Panamera Executive

At this year’s LA Auto Show the news that the 911 RSR has its engine in the middle overshadowed the new Porsche Panamera Executive Lineup. The redesigned Panamera has received plenty of praise and now you can get a slightly stretched version.

We experienced the previous generation of the Executive Lineup on both the road and track. The cars with more leg room are great for riding in the back. The one problem the Executive has in the outgoing model was that the rear seat bolsters lacked support in hard corners.

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Porsche To Debut Panamera 4 E-Hybrid At Paris Motor Show

By   September 29, 2016

Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid

Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid

Tomorrow Porsche will debut the all-wheel drive version of the Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid. The fuel efficient sedan will offer 462 horsepower from a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V6 gas powered engine and a 100-kW electric motor. The V6 provides 330 of those horses and the remaining 132 is chipped in by the electric power plant.

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