The New Panamera Makes a Strong Statement
As a rule, you see a fast sports car from the rear. And when you start an overtaking maneuver in the new Panamera, you can look forward to showing precisely this view. However, it is not only at the rear end that the designers have played a bold hand.
Porsche DNA consistently realized
The entire rear end is a highlight of the new Panamera. “We have used many elements typical of the Porsche DNA there,” says exterior designer Peter Varga. “The rear wing is shaped in the style of the iconic 911, placing a greater emphasis on width. Incidentally, the light panel integrated in the rear is a new feature.”
“The Panamera is a perfect example of how we can make a vehicle in this segment even more sporty.”
The retractable rear spoiler is elegantly integrated into the body. A special feature in the Turbo is the widening of the rear spoiler when deploying—as appropriate for the vehicle’s higher performance.
Recognizable at first glance: The new LED headlights with four-point daytime running lights. In addition, optimized front fascia and large shaped air intakes that are characteristic of the new face of the Panamera. The calling cards of the Panamera Turbo are its dominant front end, characteristic front light design as well as the side air outlets are finished in the body color.
“The Panamera has been given a much more modern character.”