After the facelift is before the facelift – that is what Porsche seems to be thinking of the Panamera. A SpyShot has already been spotted on test drives again.
The Porsche Panamera only received a facelift in 2020 – and now a test car is on the road again. As with the last facelift, nothing should change this time.
- Panamera gets another facelift
- No big changes expected
- The front and interior are updated
- Could be presented at the end of 2021
Porsche Panamera Prices and the start of sales
It is a bit unusual that Porsche has another facelift in store for the Panamera. We still have no information on when the new facelift will be ready and when the Panamera will be on the road. But we assume that it will be so far this year. In terms of price, not much should change, the Porsche Panamera currently costs from just under 95,000 euros.
Technical data and design
Technically nothing should change after the last facelift was only a few months ago. The exterior design seems to be fine-tuning at Porsche because the front bumper seems to be new and to be equipped with more air intakes. This is particularly noticeable directly above the license plate.
The daytime running lights are now installed vertically, which will also be part of the new facelift. A look inside the Panamera shows that the dashboard has been covered. We, therefore, assume that the interior will be easily renewed and that the cockpit will also be redesigned.
The existing engines are very likely to be taken over with the facelift. A 2.9-liter V6 Biturbo with 330 hp is currently installed, which can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 5.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 270 km / h. The maximum torque is 450 Nm. The engine is connected to an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission. The S, GTS, and Turbo S versions can score with outputs of up to 700 hp – the E-Hybrid versions, in particular, are powerful.