The Porsche Panamera range of cars is one of the coolest around. The2018 Porsche Panamera lives up to that expectation, and does more. According to some reports, this is the 911 of sedans. There are 15 models of the 2018 Porsche Panamera to choose from, and all of these vehicles have their distinct qualities that would leave the user extremely satisfied.
The several versions of the 2018 Porsche Panamera mean that there is one for everyone with a six-figure sum to spend. However, they all look almost the same. This version of the vehicle, however, abandons the traditional Panamera styling for a more cohesive look, with a longer hoodline and Cayenne-esque headlights.
When it comes to engine power, the 2018 Porsche Panamera does not disappoint. The range begins at 330 horsepower in the new Panamera and the Panamera 4. The S model has 440 hp, while the Panamera Turbo boasts of 550 hp from its boosted V-8 engine. Among these, there are rear-wheel-drive Panameras. However, they all shuttle power to all four corners of the vehicle through an 8-speed dual-cutch transmission. Porsche calls this PDK.
Inside the vehicle, there is quite the assortment of screens. There are twin 7.0-inchscreens, which make up the instrument cluster. There’s also the 12.3-inch, tablet-like display I the center stack. Alongside the screens, there is seating enough for four in the conventional models of the vehicle. Now, the Panamera Executive has a linger wheelbase, which means that there is an extra six-inch leg room. The Sport Turismo can be ordered with either four—place sitting or a new 4+1 package, which gets rid of the rear-seat center console and replaces it with a middle seat.
Now, the basic model of the 2018 Porsche Panamera will set you back a cool $86,000. However, Porsche has provided dealers with small samples of each paint color and upholstery choice, knowing fully well that users would not be able to resist configuring their vehicles to suit their preferences.
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