The second-gen Porsche Panamera will come to India next year.
The all-new liftback-style sedan replaces today’s seven-year-old model.
Porsche has given the new Panamera tauter surfacing and more precise swage-line detailing.
A more curved roofline has reduced the height above the rear passenger compartment by 20mm.
It’s based on the second incarnation of Porsche’s MSB platform.
The new Panamera is the first recipient of Porsche’s new turbocharged 2.9-litre V6 and twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 petrol engines.
Inside, the Panamera introduces a new interior design with touch-sensitive surfaces along the middle console.
A 12.3in touchscreen is used for the various functions of the Porsche Communication Management system.
Despite the reduction in roof height at the back, Porsche says rear head room has increased, rear seats lowered a bit.
The initial line-up comprises three four-wheel drive models: the Panamera 4S, the Panamera 4S Diesel and Panamera Turbo.
Further derivatives are planned to be unveiled globally early next year.
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