The Porsche problem child once known as the four door, long-in-all-the-wrong-places Panamera has been revamped, restyled, and re-engineered for the 2017 model year, but you knew that already. What you might not know is how it will rightly smash your organs into dust when you hit the go pedal in anger, because holy…
Porsche has revealed a new twin-turbo V8 to squeeze into the upcoming second generation Panamera and future SUVs, but the engine is has also reportedly been designed to squeeze into just about anything requiring a V8 in the Volkswagen Group lineup.
The Porsche Panamera is a car so visually offensive, even Porsche’s CEO thinks they could’ve done better. If the Panamera were a person, it would be the victim of a fake-doctor who injected cement into their butt. Now we have further proof that its fans must be blind or something: there’s demand for a convertible …
If you like to haul two important things, lumber and ass, boy is today a good day for you. That’s because Porsche has confirmed that there will, in fact, be a wagon variant of their next-gen Panamera, and that wagon variant will be sold in the US. We’ll just have to wait a little bit.
I remember back in the day spotting a Porsche on the road was to be celebrated. A slack jaw, some drool, that pang of jealousy... the odd erection or two.
As I noted when I reviewed the 2014 Porsche Panamera Turbo recently, not everyone wants what I want, which is to say that not everyone wants 6 cars in their garage, each with a very specific purpose. For most people, that's just not realistic. A lot of these people want one car that does it all: practicality for the…
This is the new Panamera Turbo, and... no, really. This is the new Panamera Turbo, not the old one. They changed it, I swear. You just can't really see it unless you look close. See in that picture, they moved the license plate down and there's a new side skirt? Right, new, like I said. Some people don't like the…
Remember the guy who swapped an old phone for a Porsche? Well, this is another shining example of marvellous business talent involving phones and Porsches: I give you the Panamera key shaped mobile straight from China!
After trying the Porsche Panamera out with a toddler for a couple weeks, I can absolutely say it's a terrific vehicle for taking a person, throwing them in the back in restraints, and then driving really, really fast. Which means it's not just a great toddler car, it'd make a great police car. The New South Wales…
I don't think Porsche is pushing the Panamera Turbo S as a kid-hauler. I think it's more targeted at rich guys who have friends that get embarrassed when you remind them they're a Baron. Probably three such friends, otherwise our hypothetical Baron would be driving a 911.
The Chinese car market is famous for preferring chauffeur-driven SUVs and limos to hard-riding sports cars. Thus, it's not surprising Ruf's first Chinese market-only vehicle won't be a tuned 911, but a Porsche Panamera stretched by nearly 16 inches.
Qatar's recent National Day parade was like that in many other countries: it featured military and police vehicles. Unlike those other countries, Qatar has cash to burn and a sultan's taste for the good life. The vehicles of choice? Porsche Cayennes and Panameras.
For Porsche, the Los Angeles show wasn't only about the 2012 Porsche 911. They also showed the long-awaited Panamera GTS. Like the design or hate it, this is the one we've been waiting for — the one with the more powerful naturally-aspirated V8 and sport-tuned suspension.
Remember that time you'd just barely survived a US Airways flight into Atlanta, fought your way through a crowded hellscape of angry travelers, and then had to drag your bags to your car only to see some pampered Delta customer get into a brand new Porsche? You weren't hallucinating.
If you believed the real problem with the Porsche Panamera is it just needed a bit more power — and not that it's a four-door Porsche — then today's your lucky day. Here's the 550 HP Porsche Panamera Turbo S.
Sequels, no matter their critical appeal, deliver big paydays whether they hail from Hollywood or Stuttgart, which is why finding that Sylvester Stallone owned a Porsche Panamera 4S seems like the most logical paring of star and car in years.
Lord knows the Porsche Panamera doesn't get raves for its exterior design. Leave it to German tuner ASMA to produce a Panamera that makes the unadorned original a model of restraint and elegance.