Porsche Company officially revealed the second generation of the car Panamera 2017, which aroused the curiosity and admiration of car enthusiasts alike. After few months, Porsche revealed Panamera for 2018, which came with many updates in its exterior and interior styling, in addition to the change in the engine specifications.
The 2018 Porsche Panamera compete those cars of high class, such as "BMW 2018" category VII and "Maserati Quattroporte" in 2018 , which the tree cars belong to the category of large sedan size with sporty design, and they are very evenly in size, price and specifications of the engine.
The first generation from Porsche Panamera first appeared in 2009 at the Shanghai International Auto Show in China, and then in the following year, 2010, the formal availability began in the market. That generation has many categories and hybrid versions, it got huge updates, and then in 2016 during the last year, it was announced officially for the second generation of Panamera.
There are some comfort-oriented goodies on board as well: Heated, uplevel “comfort seats” with multifarious adjustment options, an electric rear-window sunshade, and a panoramic sunroof are all standard on the Panamera 4 Executive. The 4S Executive gets soft-close doors as well; and the Turbo Executive tops it off with an ambient interior-lighting system, four-zone climate control, and uplevel LED headlights. It makes for a pretty comprehensive list of standard goodies, although the options list will let you plunk down tens of thousands more.
Porsche’s new, second-generation Panamera family also is expanding in the opposite direction. Marking the new port of entrance is the base Panamera, which is powered by a 330-hp 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 and slots neatly under the Panamera 4S. The base car will be called simply the Panamera when fitted with rear-wheel drive, or the Panamera 4 with all-wheel drive.
The Panamera Executive will be available with all the engines you can get in the standard-length model, including the new entry-level powertrain. What you cannot get is a Panamera Executive with rear-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is standard on the long-wheelbase version.
The Executive comes as the Panamera 4 with the aforementioned 3.0-liter V-6 turbo and 330 horsepower, the Panamera 4S with a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V-6 and 440 horsepower, the Panamera Turbo Executive with a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 and 550 horsepower, and as the Panamera E-Hybrid Executive with a V-6 plug-in-hybrid powertrain and total system power of 462 horsepower.