German automaker Porsche is working on giving its upcoming 2024 Porsche Panamera its final finishing touches.
The third-generation model will see a heavy revision over the previous models. The primary focus changes will be with respect to the powertrains, a new chassis with active damper controls and a new PDK transmission.
2024 Porsche Panamera Exteriors and Interiors
The new Porsche Panamera will come in three trim options of Panamera, Panamera Executive and Panamera Sport Turismo. All three trim variants will portray a light background and a dark solid shape. The car will have a five-door setup and a large wheelbase that will in turn result in bigger door apertures at the rear for ease of entry. The other external changes will be visible on the lights, wheels and front grille. The headlights will depict a squarer profile than before.
The interiors of the car are anticipated be majorly similar to that of the manufacturer’s Taycan and a little like that of the recently updated Cayenne. It is expected to focus on enhanced digital functionality and ease of use, which means that the sedan could come with a fully digital dash. The steering wheel will have a bold design while the gearshift will appear to be more stylish. There will additionally be a 12-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support.
Porsche Panamera Powertrain Specifications
The 2024 Porsche Panamera will have four E-Hybrid powertrain options as part of its updated engine range. This makes the car support one more powertrain when compared to the outgoing model. As of now, the manufacturer has revealed very little with respect to the plug-in hybrid and updated powertrains. However, they are slated to match the engines of the revised Cayenne that made its debut recently.
Under the hood, all E-Hybrid models will have a new electric motor that is fitted on to the transmission housing of the associated new dual-clutch 140kW motor. This motor will be lighter than before and has better energy recuperation. It will be powered by a bigger 25.9kWh battery that offers assurance of faster charging and an increased all-electric driving range.
The Porsche Panamera will have a semi-active chassis featuring two-valve shock absorbers as standard. This can be replaced by a high-end chassis incorporating active damper control.
When will the Porsche Panamera be released?
The Porsche Panamera will make its official debut in the UAE in late November this year at the Icons of Porsche Festival. Attendees will be able to see the car in person the following days. Following its debut, the sedan will reach dealerships in 2024.
What is the size of the Porsche Panamera?
The outgoing Porsche Panamera has a length of 199 inches, a height of 56 inches and a width of 76 inches. It is stated that the manufacturer will retain at least the same size for the 2024 model.
What are the color options of the Porsche Panamera?
The Porsche Panamera is expected to come in 14 colors. Some of these colors are Lava Orange, Lizar Green, Racing Yellow, Crayon and Guards Red to mention just a few options.
What is the price of the Porsche Panamera?
The Porsche Panamera is likely to come with a starting price tag of $179,800 for the base model. The top-end models will come with a heftier price.