Draconian speed limits or no, the Panamera GTS is all that.
Of course, we expect higher-end versions of Porsche's electric car.
The GTS trim gets 453-hp V8, various performance goodies from Panamera options list
On this week's Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Green Editor John Beltz Snyder and Consumer Editor Jeremy Korzeniewski. We talk about the possible rebirth of the Dodge Viper and Jaguar XK, as well as the recent goings-on at Tesla. Then we share some of our experiences driving in Europe. We also discuss the cars we've been driving, and help spend another listener's hard-earned dough in this week's "Spend My Money" segment.
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.
Cayenne is long-gone, and now the diesel Panamera and Macan are pulled from production.
Delivery times of 3-4 months for hybrid models
2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo First Drive Review | Long name, astonishing quickness
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.
The Panamera just got a new, electrified range topper.
A number of interior colors caused excess dashboard glare.
Does Porsche need a reason to add another $100,000-ish wagon to its lineup?
The Porsche Macan is the company's best-selling model.
A fast wagon for Porschephiles.
The most potent Panamera ever.
The car looks to be based on the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sedan.
A hybrid that feels like a Porsche, but a Porsche that still feels like a hybrid.
The car in these photos appears to be a high-riding version of the Panamera sedan.