• Nov 21st 2006 at 2:02PM
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The Porsche Panamera four-door coupe is not scheduled for release until 2008, but with spy shots of a test mule running the Nurburgring in Germany having already infiltrated the internet, armchair designers like ourselves are already critiquing the car's shape. Infomotori.co.uk has commissioned a series of renderings that show the Panamera as a collaboration between what they think the Porsche sedan will look like and what they hope it will look like. There's a tension there, as the mule seen in test shots hasn't received the most favorable of judgments so far. These renderings, however, show a more stout Panamera with a taller front fascia that gives the car some visual weight. The mesh grille flanked by LED fog lamps is sharp, although the Infomotori people keep it real by giving their rendering 996-style headlights, which the actual production car is rumored to have. Follow the Read link to check out their rendering from every angle and see if their vision for Porsche's first foray into the four-door world looks better than the real thing.

[Source: Infomotori.co.uk]

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      • 8 Years Ago
      Not as sexy as "The Aston" or the Mercedes
      • 8 Years Ago
      WOW, I have always seen the digused shots but if it looks like this bravo Porsche.
      • 8 Years Ago

      The Aston Martin Rapide blows that squashed Cayenne off the map!
      • 8 Years Ago
      these infomotori guys suck monkey balls.
      cayenne headlights, jaguar side gills, bmw flame surfacing on the side, merc cls slope on the rear...any first year deisgn student can frankenstein a new car.
      lick me infomotori.
      • 8 Years Ago
      WTF Autoblog?

      This is some guy's interpretation of the Panamera. Why show this crap?

      Last time I checked, the "Infomotori.co.uk Style Centre" was not doing the design work for Porsche.

      • 8 Years Ago
      > 1. I told everyone to relax, too much camo and everyone > was freeeaaaking out. Porsche wouldnt do that to us.

      And I told everyone that if you read the article, it was a 5-series with extra body panels and the supposed-Panamera drivetrain, but no one ever seemed to notice.

      I think we've got the tiniest sliver of what the thing will look like, and that's about it. If that.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I told everyone to relax, too much camo and everyone was freeeaaaking out. Porsche wouldnt do that to us.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I'm not feeling that design, please don't get me wrong by what I am about to say, but I think it has some Aston MArtin vibe going on in the front, along with some MB CLS vibe going on in the back