Porsche is proud to announce that they will bring the remaining models of the 2017 Panamera range to the upcoming L.A auto show. The second-generation four-door from Porsche is going to make its debut in the United States, showcasing its new base V-6 engine and the long wheelbase of Executive body style.
Earlier this year, Porsche revealed their Panamera E-Hybrid, Turbo and 4S models and now, they revealed exciting details on their base cars. Their standard Panamera 4 and Panamera 4 is going to boast of the 326-hp version of twin-turbo 2.9-liter V-6 that was also used in their hybrid model. This is 108hp less than the 4S’s 2.9-liter but 20hp more compared to the last base car which was powered by the naturally aspirated 3.6 liter V-6.
According to Porsche, this new force-fed engine decreases fuel consumption over the earlier mill. This engine is going to be available in the all-wheel and rear-wheel drive configurations and will also be available in the long-wheelbase trim with Panamera 4 Executive.
The executive models are stretching the wheelbase of Panamera by 5.9 inches and remarkably lengthen the vehicle for better legroom at the rear. Aside from the Panamera 4, the E-Hybrid, 4S, and Turbo are also going to be available in Executive trim. The variants that resemble a limo also got a bigger panoramic roof, an adaptive air suspension and heated rear and front comfort seats complete with multi-way adjustment.
Soft-close doors and rear steering are also standard features of the Turbo and 4S Executive models. The Turbo Executive is also getting LED headlights, four-zone climate control and an ambient interior lighting as standard.
The 2017 Panamera Turbo and Panamera 4S is expected to hit the dealer lots this coming January 2017.