The 2013 Porsche Panamera’s mix of taking care of, force, extravagance, and solace makes it one of the best substantial extravagance vehicles available now, regardless of coming up somewhat short in cutting edge innovation.
From the base 300-strength V-6 Panamera to the turbocharged V-8 550-pull Turbo S, all Panameras offer a compensating execution driving knowledge. At 3.6 seconds to 60 mph and with 190 mph top speed, the Turbo S plays with supercar domain, without surrendering the advantage of an expansive secondary lounge or the utility of abundant load space.
The Panamera S Hybrid is likewise surprising in its direction, overseeing 30 mph parkway while additionally conveying 380 torque and back wheel drive. The blend results in an energetic, enjoyable to-drive half and half that won’t burn up all available resources on the drive.
Inside the Panamera’s lodge, the front seat feels like a to some degree loose games auto cockpit; the controls are driver-driven, and the low position feels associated with the street. The secondary lounges are a difference, with and open, breezy sense that feels more official limo than games car. Furthermore, for those that like to go with a lot of rigging, or simply require space for getting the family around, the Panamera’s freight zone is shockingly ample – and considerably all the more so with the back seats collapsed level.
On the gear front, you won’t discover a portion of the propelled impact shirking frameworks like those offered in the Mercedes-Benz S Class or BMW 7-Series, yet you will discover versatile voyage control, propelled footing and dependability controls, and Porsche’s execution situated hardware frameworks, including Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) and Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM). Route, Bluetooth, four-zone programmed atmosphere control, and more are likewise accessible.
Porsche Panamera 4S 2013 Design Interior Exterior