The 2017 Porsche Panamera Will Launch With A $99,900 Price Tag

Photos credit Porsche
Photos credit Porsche

The 2017 Porsche Panamera cleaned up so nice that it’s my new automotive crush. That’s the good news. The bad news is I can’t afford one.


Two models will be available at the completely redesigned car’s launch in January 2017. The first is the Panamera 4S, with a starting price of $99,900, not including the $1,050 delivery, processing and handling fee.

If the 4S isn’t enough of a drain on your bank account, the other launch model is the Panamera Turbo. It starts at $146,900, also not including the same fee. The 4S packs a 440 horsepower twin-turbo V6, while the Turbo has a 550 HP twin-turbo V8.

Granted, Porsche will almost certainly fill out the range with other models like they did on the outgoing Panamera, a car that started in base form just below $80,000. In the meantime, enjoy the beautification that has taken place here.

It even makes an automatic gear shifter look good. Damn.

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alright money minded people, whats the ideal (salary range + liquidity) - (liabilities+obligations) to be able to tackle ownership of this car outside of being rich enough to buy outright?