2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo 4.0T Interior and Exterior Overview

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The 2017 Porsche Panamera Gives You 550HP, Lots of Tech and Better Looks The second-generation Panamera Turbo packs a new chassis, active suspension, 550 horses and a fresh interior for $146,000​, while the ​440hp 4S will be yours for $99,990​. It seems like pretty much everything we wished to be true about the 2017 Porsche Panamera will be granted, as Porsche's new four-door is faster, better looking and way more cutting edge than the current model. Long live mid-mounted analog tachometers in luxury barges! 2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo For a cool $146,000, Porsche gives you a 4.0 with a pair of centrally positioned turbos, direct injection and cylinder-deactivation, which in effect turns it into a four-cylinder. At full beans, the new engine produces 550 hp at 5750 rpm and 567 lb-ft between 1960 and 4500 rpm. The eight-speed PDK gearbox, the all-wheel drive and the three-chamber air suspension system are standard, while for what I must assume to be quite a lot of extra dough, you can order yours with Porsche's 4D suspension system, which integrates all aspects of vehicle dynamics together. You can also opt for electric anti-roll control front and rear (I'm guessing powered by a 48V subsystem), rear axle steering just like on a GT3 and GT3 RS, Night Vision Assistant, which is an infra-red system highlighting pedestrians and animals in the dash display, and adaptive cruse control combined with navigation data that allows the Panamera to adjust speed not only for vehicles in front, but in relation to terrain. The 2017 Panamera Turbo weighs 4398 lbs—otherwise known as 2 tons—and will get to 62mph in 3.6 seconds, or 3.4 with the Sport Chrono package. It's also, Porsche claims, the world's fastest 4-door around the Nurburgring, as the automaker hinted last week. 2017 Porsche Panamera 4S The 2.9 twin-turbo V6 also has its turbos between the cylinder banks for higher thermal efficiency, producing 440 horsepower at 5650 rpm, and 405 lb-ft between 1750 and 5500 rpm. All-wheel drive, electro mechanical steering and the PDK gearbox are standard for $99,990, but the air suspension and the rest of the new tech is optional on this model. The base car weighs 4123 pounds, and will jump to 62mph in 4.2/4.0s depending on the Sport Chrono situation. Inside all new Panameras, you get a 12.3 inch touchscreen with a combination of capacitive touch controls and physical switches in the center console. Behind the flawlessly wrapped steering wheel, you'll find dual seven-inch screens divided by an analog tachometer in the middle. Oh yeah. 2017 Porsche Panamera Diesel and Hybrid Yes, there is one. No, it isn't coming to the U.S. It makes 420 horsepower. There will also be two hybrid versions, though we haven't heard details on those just yet. Sales start today, while tonight, we'll have a chat with the people behind the car. Stay tuned for more. Read More http://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/future-cars/news/a29745/the-2017-porsche-panamera-is-a/ interior New 2016 Test Drive "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

2018 NEW Porsche Panamera Turbo S E Hybrid: 680 bhp, 0-60 in 3.4sec

The 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid will pack a total of 680 horsepower and 626 pound-feet of torque from a powertrain that features a 4.0-liter 550-hp V8 and a 136-hp electric motor. A 14.1-kilowatt-lithium-ion battery pack provides the juice, and the car can travel about 31 miles on just electricity. All of the low-end torque allows this big hybrid to hit 60 miles per hour in 3.2 seconds en route to a top speed of a 192 mph. It will officially travel 31 miles and deliver 97mpg on the (unrealistic) NEDC test cycle, and puts out 66g/km of Co2. In reality, says Panamera model-line boss Gernot Dollner, it travels 24 to 27 miles on amperes alone, and returns between 22 and 40mpg – not bad for 2310kg car of spectacular performance. The spectacle comes from the Turbo S’s 543bhp 4.0 litre twin turbo V8 and 134bhp electric motor to produce a resounding 627lb ft of torque from as low as 1400rpm. The electric motor and clutch pack are compactly housed within the casing of an eight speed PDK transmission that drives all four wheels. The result is a four-seat plug-in hybrid that will break 62mph in only 3.4sec, bound from that speed to 124mph in 8.3sec and top 193mph, making this the most powerful hybrid saloon in the world, says Porsche, and the fastest. Faster still, though, is Tesla’s pure electric 525bhp, 713lb ft Model S, which storms 62mph in 2.8 (unachievable, in Autocar’s experience) sec. Key features include four driving modes – electric, hybrid, sport plus and boost, which provides a momentary extra power surge – 48-volt electrics to drive the electric anti-roll bars, optional four-wheel steering, torque vectoring, carbon ceramic brakes, three-chamber air suspension, Porsche traction management and launch control. The battery pack needs six hours to charge from a 10 amp domestic socket, or 2.4 hours from a 30amp supply using an optional 7.2kW charger. Please subscribe my channel, so you won't miss out the latest epic videos! https://www.youtube.com/gaspedalsubscribe

Top 10 Luxury Cars 2017

Top 10 Luxury Cars 2017 Click here for: TOP 10 Luxury SUV 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgP_kdK_FpI 10. Lincoln Continental 9. Volvo XC90 8. Porsche Panamera 7. BMW 7 Series Individual 6. Jaguar XJ 5. Audi A8 L 4. Range Rover SVAutobiography 3. Bentley Bentayga 2. Mercedes-Maybach S600 1. Rolls-Royce Phantom 2017 Lincoln Continental The tenth generation Continental will be based on a front-wheel drive platform, with optional all-wheel drive. A new 3.0L direct-injection twin-turbocharged V6 will be exclusive to Lincoln, along with a 3.7L v6 as the base engine and an available 2.7L direct-injection twin-turbo v6 with 305-hp and 335-hp plus 280 and 380-lbft. 2017 Volvo XC90 With up to seven full-sized seats, each designed with spine support and superior comfort – even in the third row – everyone gets the extra space they need 2017 Porsche Panamera The new Panamera's performance encroaches on supercar territory. The 4S, which shares its engine with the upcoming Audi RS4 and RS5, charges from zero to 60 mph in a claimed 4.2 seconds Stated top speed is 180 mph for the 4S and 190 mph for the Turbo. 2017 BMW Individual 7 Series The interior features BMW Individual full fine-grain Merino leather in Smoke White/Black, the highest quality leather available for a BMW, including seats with weave-look stitching and hand-woven piping. 2017 Jaguar XJ New features include a redesigned front fascia which features a larger grille with a new mesh pattern. The bumper features a new chrome surround in the lower intakes. Flanking the grille are full adaptive LED headlights which also feature automatic high beams. 2017 Audi A8 L It is a limited (50 units) version of the A8 L W12 with seats upholstered in Cognac-colored leather by Poltrona Frau, inlays made from the wood olive ash natural, light gray-brown veneer, sill trims with "Audi exclusive concept" lettering, deep-pile carpeting. 2017 Range Rover SVAutobiography the SVAutobiography Dynamic is more driver-oriented than the way-luxurious SVAutobiography. As such, the model is only available in the standard wheelbase and features revised suspension from Jaguar Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations division that drops the SUV's height by 0.3 inch 2017 Bentley Bentayga With a claimed top speed of 187 mph, Bentley boasts that the Bentayga is the fastest SUV in the world. The claim is made possible by a twin-turbo 6.0-liter W-12 that makes a mighty 600 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque; an eight-speed automatic drives all four wheels. 2017 Mercedes-Maybach S600 The Mercedes-Maybach S600 sails into the 2017 model year with armor plating now added to its long list of features. The Mercedes-Maybach S600 Guard is claimed to be the first car to be certified VR10—the highest level of ballistic protection for civilian vehicles. 2017 Rolls-Royce Phantom The Phantom is the epitome of British motoring, embodying all that has made the marque a legend in the world of automobiles. It’s an icon powered by a 453-hp 6.8-liter V-12 with an eight-speed automatic, it offers a nearly unlimited options list, and flaunts a 0-to-60 time of less than six seconds Please Subscribe :)))))

Porsche’s Traction Management – an active all-wheel drive system – cleverly reins in both understeer and oversteer without completely killing the driving experience; you don’t get the steering feel of a 911 but it’s still impressively chatty for what is in essence a four-seater limo.

On the twisting and technical Scottish roads of our test route the Panamera Turbo became an experiment in how much g-force we (and up to three passengers) could realistically withstand – it feels like the connective tissue holding your internal organs will give up way before the tyres do. Unless you’re chauffeuring fighter pilots or have a healthy supply of sick bags it’s probably best to avoid the second half of the accelerator’s travel when loaded up.

You can enhance those sensation by forking out £6500 for carbon-ceramic brakes (please do) which feature ten pots each on the front axle and collectively can stand the car on its nose with alarming efficiency. The Panamera Turbo’s accelerative forces are substantial but the way it decelerates is in a different league. Perform a full hazards-on emergency stop on the motorway and we reckon you’ll crease the carriageway.

Adaptive air suspension is standard on the Turbo model which is a good thing because it’s excellent, offering a range of settings from bump-absorbing comfort to lashed-down body control. You’ll want the optional £1478 rear-axle steering with the quicker rack it brings along though, as it helps virtually shrink the five metre long Panamera around town and adds stability in fast corners when you’re pushing on.

It does nothing for the Porsche’s width though, which feels substantial on country roads whether there’s a white line or not. Despite all of the power, grip and all-wheel-drive traction, the fear of a tractor looming around the next bend is still the most speed-limiting factor on a spirited drive.

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