It is really difficult to get over the beautiful and the stylish 2017 Porsche Panamera which the company announced in an event held in Berlin, Germany.
The next generation Panamera is an exquisite car in every perspective. It looks lavish and continues to carry the Porsche tradition forward with the long bonnet and huge spoilers. While pictures are readily available on the web, we have managed to grab some of the exclusive high resolution shots. They showcase how good the car actually looks and it is the next best thing that you can get apart from actually being there in person. The variant was originally launched in 2010 and didn’t had any drastic changes in almost a decade now.
The exclusive pictures show 2017 Porsche Panamera in its best aspect including the bulbous backside and the large rear lights extend throughout the back of the car. It has always been aproprietary design used in all Porsche cars and the newly launched model follows the same tradition. Compared to the previous edition of the Panamera, the new one features slim and sleek taillights. For the first time, the designers have opted for an active, large rear spoiler. The attachment is completely versatile as it can be extended or widened as required.
Panamera is known for its series of buttons and analog controls similar to the dashboard of an airplane. Some buyers wondered why the company would go for such confusing design that simply makes things complex for the driver. Porsche probably heard this remark and has removed them all, paving way for a stylish and futuristic dashboard for the first time. Long gone are the buttons and analog controls. The air vents are free of such controls except for a large touchscreen display.
Weather is controlled using the touch screen and touch sensitive controls while there is another touchscreen on the rear end. It allows passengers at the back to customize weather among other settings based on their individual requirement. The new 2017 Porsche Panamera is built on the MSB platform designed and deployed by Volkswagen. It’s powertrain capabilities are yet to be announced. We presume that it will use a 3.0-liter twin turbo V6 engine and a 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine for the top of the line variants. Both of them are equally competent powertrains that will deliver enough horsepower. The new Panamera is scheduled to hit dealership stores in 2017 but we don’t have an actual release date yet.