PORSCHE PANAMERA REVIEW

The giant German sports car company Porsche is making a notable debut in making four-door cars with its Panamera series. Initially, Porsche was renowned only for its two-door sporty cars, which were able to keep all rivalries miles behind. Its charismatic look, luxurious interiors and tremendous speed astound hearts of million peoples.

Design 

The lofty and greasy look terms it as a perfect complex of both sporty and classy. It is an undisputable road ranger in the market of Sedans. The two eyed fog resistant headlights with led rectangles provide a glowing front view. The Sedan is squeezed downwards with perfect curvy edges and inclinations representing a slim and flattered 360-degree view. It was originally introduced in 2010 where it achieved its deserving International Model of the Year award. 

Specifications

Initially Panamera and Panamera 4 were equipped with 3.6-liter V-60 engines capable of providing 310 horsepower, whereas the new Panamera S and 4S are running with a modified twin turbo3 liter V-60 engine. This is delivering more power with a better efficiency rate. The 4.8 liter V-80 in the old models are also replaced by blown six-banger. Porsche is producing 3 liter V-60 by connecting a pair of the cylinder off its V-80, making its engines vibration free and more functional. Still, it is way behind providing smoothness, which can be experienced at its peak speed. Nevertheless, with 420 hp, it has stood alone as a giant in the luxury car market. It also indicates having 18 percent more fuel efficiency with just 17 kg/kilometer of carbon dioxide emission, way better than its ancestral models.

Porsche has made vital assistance keep the occupant safety and comfortable which having a fine experience of smooth and sleek riding. It has an improved functioning electronic control system which centrally controls wheel movement and chassis temperature. Primary functions like air bags and anti braking system are smartly equipped inside it.
  
Final Overview
 
As a debutant company in four door automobile market, Porsche has delivered its best in class with Panamera series. Its gorgeous looks, dynamic performance along with praiseworthy safety assistance and royal luxury interiors it has a real value for money. 
Porsche Panamera’s Ex-showroom price in India: 


         Version                     Ex-Showroom Price
 
Porsche Panamera Diesel
2967cc Diesel                               1.16 crores

Porsche Panamera Base
3605cc Petrol, Manual                       1.17 crores

Porsche Panamera 4
3605cc                                       1.20 crores

Porsche Panamera S E – Hybrid
2995cc Petrol, Automatic               1.27 crores

Porsche Panamera GTS
4806cc                                       1.50 crores

 

 

 

 

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