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2014 Porsche Panamera

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MPG MPG 17 City / 26 Hwy
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2014 Panamera Overview

Porsche Panamera offers luxury, space and performance, all in a dizzying array of model choices, configurations, and options.With its massive rear-seat space, Panamera delivers the performance of a sports car, but with luxurious room for four adults.

Porsche's first plug-in hybrid joins the Panamera lineup for 2014.The 2014 Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid is a new battery/gasoline edition that reaches past the previous Panamera S Hybrid with a more powerful electric motor and higher-performance battery.The E-Hybrid's electric drive produces 95 horsepower, versus 47 hp from the prior Hybrid.The new lithium-ion battery is rated at 9.4 kWh, while the previous battery's capacity was only 1.7 kWh.

Two new extended-wheelbase Panamera Executive models also are arriving for 2014.Wheelbase and overall length have been lengthened 5.9 inches, allowing even more rear-seat comfort.These big sedans come in Panamera 4S Executive and Panamera Turbo Executive form, the former packing a new 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine.

Panamera GTS joined the lineup for 2013, fitting into a gap between the all-wheel-drive Panamera 4S and Panamera Turbo.Panamera GTS uses a souped-up, 440-horsepower version of the 430-hp V8 found in the Panamera 4S.

That brings the Panamera lineup to 11 distinct models, if we count correctly, plus a dizzying array of options:

Porsche Panamera and all-wheel drive Panamera 4 are powered by a 310-hp 3.6-liter V6.Panamera S and all-wheel-drive Panamera 4S come with a naturally aspirated 420-hp 4.8-liter V8; Panamera GTS uses a slightly more powerful 440-hp version of that engine.Panamera Turbo and Turbo S are powered by a turbocharged 4.8-liter V8, issuing 520 hp or 570 hp, respectively.Panamera S E-Hybrid uses a 3.0-liter V6 paired with an electric motor; it can be charged at home or at a public facility.All come with Porsche's 7-speed, dual-clutch PDK automated transmission.

Panamera's exterior design is based on roominess and space efficiency, while attempting to maintain Porsche styling heritage.The look is a love-hate proposition, with little middle ground.We think it looks ungainly from the rear three-quarter view, but park a Panamera among its competition from Mercedes, BMW and Audi, and it's the Porsche that stands out, the one that you want to get in and drive.In any case, those who can embrace the styling will be rewarded with a truly substantial, satisfying automobile.

Panamera in standard length is only slightly smaller than the BMW 7 Series, and it delivers the sporting performance of a world-class sports sedan with the comfortable ride and refinement of a luxo-cruiser.Those extremes required a lot of careful engineering.Porsche builds the body from lightweight materials, and puts the engine low and as far back as possible.The Panamera's standard adjustable suspension can change the ride from soft but stable to racetrack-ready.

All Panamera models are fast-accelerating.The V6 model hits 60 mph from a standstill in as little as 5.6 seconds, while the V8-powered Panamera S models pull off 0-60 in 5.0 seconds.Panamera Turbo cuts that time to a sports-car bashing 3.6 seconds, with little if any turbo lag and a rush of power that pins you back in your seat.The new E-Hybrid promises 0-60 mph acceleration in …
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2014 Panamera Overview

Porsche Panamera offers luxury, space and performance, all in a dizzying array of model choices, configurations, and options.With its massive rear-seat space, Panamera delivers the performance of a sports car, but with luxurious room for four adults.

Porsche's first plug-in hybrid joins the Panamera lineup for 2014.The 2014 Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid is a new battery/gasoline edition that reaches past the previous Panamera S Hybrid with a more powerful electric motor and higher-performance battery.The E-Hybrid's electric drive produces 95 horsepower, versus 47 hp from the prior Hybrid.The new lithium-ion battery is rated at 9.4 kWh, while the previous battery's capacity was only 1.7 kWh.

Two new extended-wheelbase Panamera Executive models also are arriving for 2014.Wheelbase and overall length have been lengthened 5.9 inches, allowing even more rear-seat comfort.These big sedans come in Panamera 4S Executive and Panamera Turbo Executive form, the former packing a new 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine.

Panamera GTS joined the lineup for 2013, fitting into a gap between the all-wheel-drive Panamera 4S and Panamera Turbo.Panamera GTS uses a souped-up, 440-horsepower version of the 430-hp V8 found in the Panamera 4S.

That brings the Panamera lineup to 11 distinct models, if we count correctly, plus a dizzying array of options:

Porsche Panamera and all-wheel drive Panamera 4 are powered by a 310-hp 3.6-liter V6.Panamera S and all-wheel-drive Panamera 4S come with a naturally aspirated 420-hp 4.8-liter V8; Panamera GTS uses a slightly more powerful 440-hp version of that engine.Panamera Turbo and Turbo S are powered by a turbocharged 4.8-liter V8, issuing 520 hp or 570 hp, respectively.Panamera S E-Hybrid uses a 3.0-liter V6 paired with an electric motor; it can be charged at home or at a public facility.All come with Porsche's 7-speed, dual-clutch PDK automated transmission.

Panamera's exterior design is based on roominess and space efficiency, while attempting to maintain Porsche styling heritage.The look is a love-hate proposition, with little middle ground.We think it looks ungainly from the rear three-quarter view, but park a Panamera among its competition from Mercedes, BMW and Audi, and it's the Porsche that stands out, the one that you want to get in and drive.In any case, those who can embrace the styling will be rewarded with a truly substantial, satisfying automobile.

Panamera in standard length is only slightly smaller than the BMW 7 Series, and it delivers the sporting performance of a world-class sports sedan with the comfortable ride and refinement of a luxo-cruiser.Those extremes required a lot of careful engineering.Porsche builds the body from lightweight materials, and puts the engine low and as far back as possible.The Panamera's standard adjustable suspension can change the ride from soft but stable to racetrack-ready.

All Panamera models are fast-accelerating.The V6 model hits 60 mph from a standstill in as little as 5.6 seconds, while the V8-powered Panamera S models pull off 0-60 in 5.0 seconds.Panamera Turbo cuts that time to a sports-car bashing 3.6 seconds, with little if any turbo lag and a rush of power that pins you back in your seat.The new E-Hybrid promises 0-60 mph acceleration in …Hide Full Review