2019 Porsche Panamera – The Porsche Panamera was introduced in 2009 as Porsche’s first four-door sedan and the first SUV-free front-end car since 1995. Like the Cayenne SUV, the Panamera shares styling signals with the iconic 911, which allows him to stay true to the brand’s legacy, despite being a significant departure from the roots of Porsche’s sports car. Initially criticized by purists for being lost, the Panamera has followed in the footsteps of Cayenne and has become a popular choice among luxury car enthusiasts. The sedan remained unchanged until 2013 when it received a facelift that included minor design changes, a new hybrid engine and hybrid model, and a long wheelbase version.
Designed to accommodate the same standard modular platform (MSB) as the Panamera, the coupe will likely share engines with the sedan. Little is known about the new transmissions, but they are likely to retain the current V-6 and V-8 configuration. The highlight of the new lineup will be the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 that will replace the current 4.8-liter mill. The engine is expected to deliver about 550 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque and will likely motivate the Panamera Turbo S Coupe.
Also look for a slightly lower windshield and roof and a completely redesigned back section. A sportier roofline should replace the already stylish roof of the 2019 Porsche Panamera with a pair of reinforced rear fenders and a retractable spoiler. We will not be surprised if Porsche interferes with the rear of the Panamera and gives the coupe a pair of thinner rear lights and a sportier bumper with a quad-pipe exhaust layout and a diffuser-type piece. we expect the coupe to be wider than the sedan, which would give it better aerodynamics and more support. As with most modern Porsche cars, the Panamera coupe will come in various configurations such as S, Turbo, Turbo S, and maybe even GTS, with each one receiving unique features to distinguish them.
These spy photos do not give us an idea of what 2019 Porsche Panamera has planned for the interior of the coupe, and the fact that we have not seen the cab of the sedan makes it much harder, but that should be the l one of the most luxurious Porsches. built. Whatever the configuration, look for all surfaces to cover in soft leather and Alcantara and highlighted by wood, aluminum and carbon fiber trim. Technologically, the latest infotainment system from Porsche with Apple CarPlay, 3D maps with satellite imagery overlay and dynamic route calculations, a state-of-the-art high-resolution screen for an array of board and a comfortable front seats. Of course, the sportier version will drop plush seats for racing-like buckets, but even the sportiest version should provide a decent level of comfort. Compared to the Panamera, the coupe’s rear compartment will be a little cramped for tall passengers, but will likely be on par with similar offers in the market.
It is too early to talk about prices, but it is expected that the coupe is significantly more expensive than the sedan. With the current price of Panamera starting at $ 78,100, it is likely that the next generation model will sell for about $ 83,000. With this in mind, the base coupe will likely reach about $ 90,000, while the Turbo S will reach about $ 200,000 before options.