2010 Porsche Panamera Threesome Spotted At Denver Airport

Thanks to a vigilant reader and his handy camera phone, we've been tipped off that there are a trio of lightly camouflaged, Georgia-plated Porsche Panameras out and about in the Denver area today. This terrible trio was spotted at the Denver International Airport, indulging in what will be common for the cars once they hit the streets: picking up popped-collar Germans at the airport. What we find most amusing in this set is that they're at the airport, with luggage, which goes in a trunk — and yet, no trunk action. Interesting.

The Panamera is a German luxo-barge which, by definition, has to be able to carry slick-haired dandies and their boatload of hand-stitched leather luggage at the same time. We're assuming that pop-up spoiler on the tail means the engine is back there, it is a Porsche right? But the blokes in the pictures are putting their bags in the rear. Shouldn't they go up front, where the nose-trunk is supposed to be? We're so confused by this car, why build a front-engined Porsche with a pop-up spoiler? (Thanks for the shots Peter)