On this week's Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Green Editor John Beltz Snyder and Associate Editor Reese Counts. We talk about driving the updated, turbocharged 2018 Mazda6, 2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo 4S Sport Turismo and the 2018 Nissan Titan S 4x4 King Cab. We also discuss aftermarket parts for the Chevy Colorado, pick our favorite 50th Anniversary Hot Wheels and, as always, help a listener buy a new car in our "Spend My Money" segment.
Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo
We all love fast wagons. Their combination of practicality and performance scratches an itch for most of us here at Autoblog. What other vehicle on the market can carry a family of four along with all their luggage and still hit 60 mph in fewer than four seconds and a top speed close to 200 mph? These are supercars wrapped in a family-friendly package.
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And then your entire world hits you in the back of the head as the PDK's clutches slam together with a bang and the Panamera's four enormous Michelin's claw at the asphalt.
Does Porsche need a reason to add another $100,000-ish wagon to its lineup?
We talk sports sedan fights and crazy Camaros, do a big Geneva preview, and spend your theoretical money.
A fast wagon for Porschephiles.
The car looks to be based on the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sedan.
Porsche's US chief confirms that a Sport Turismo wagon version of the next-generation Panamera will be sold stateside, but not right away.
Back in February we showed you spy photos of a Porsche Panamera wagon that suggest the body style is slated for production. With the same car (or an identical test mule) now running on the Nurburgring, we're ready to say the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo is real.
Porsche looks ready to revive the Panamera Sport Turismo Concept and build a wagon out of its four-door coupe.
A few years ago it took actual willpower not to consider what kinds of cool derivatives Porsche could make with the Panamera. Our fancies were helped by patent drawings of a Panamera convertible, rumors of a two-door 928 GT and internal Porsche sketches of such a car, and report after report after report that the current, second-generation Panamera would begin to expand the family. That hasn't happened, but according to a new report in Auto Express, the next Panamera will be the one to begin the