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New 2024 Porsche Panamera Revealed

New 2024 Porsche Panamera Revealed

The Porsche Panamera is gearing up for its third generation. This luxury sedan from the renowned sports car maker is all set to underline its sporty essence with more powerful engines. The car’s design and function are getting an overhaul with a newly updated control system and a host of new tech features.

For the 2024 model, the Panamera takes a significant leap towards electrification, offering four plug-in hybrid options. The E-Hybrid versions will feature an enhanced 25.9-kWh battery, allowing for an extended electric-only driving range. Additionally, these models will incorporate a stronger electric motor into their eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmissions. The most powerful version at launch will boast about 650 horsepower, combining a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 with an electric motor.

The new Panamera will also come in V6 variants. All the engines, whether V6 or V8, are being developed to comply with the upcoming Euro 7 emissions standard. Some models will include hybrid technology, while others will not, giving buyers a range of choices. The top-end model is expected to be the Turbo S E-Hybrid, potentially offering power comparable to the top Cayenne model, which produces 729 horsepower.

Distinctively, the Turbo versions of the Panamera will feature a special gray-finished Porsche crest, named “Turbonite,” distinguishing them from other models. Porsche has also enhanced the car’s air suspension system, adding two-valve shock absorbers that improve handling. For an extra cost, there’s an option for active damper control.

Looking towards the future, Porsche anticipates that by 2030, electric vehicles (EVs) will make up over 80% of its annual sales. This aligns with the industry’s shift towards EVs and suggests that this generation of the Panamera could be the last to feature combustion engines. This shift is evident as Porsche has already confirmed that its next-generation models, including the Macan, Cayenne, and 718 Boxster/Cayman, will be exclusively electric. Additionally, a new, larger three-row SUV set to debut later this decade will also forego combustion engines.

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