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Porsche brings us a plug-in hybrid that proves that you don't not need to sacrifice speed for efficiently all the time.
For its 2014 model year, the Porsche Panamera will be offered in plug-in hybrid form, and boast an electric range of over 20 miles.
With a powerful yet efficient engine and high-tech suspension, the pricey 2012 Porsche Panamera Turbo S delivers near-supercar performance, but the cabin electronics fall short of cutting-edge.
Finally, the Panamera may outgrow its awkward stage with this stylish wagon variant.
Porsche showed off a new concept at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, a shooting-brake-style car with a plug-in hybrid drive system. With less of a bubble butt than the production Panamera, it will likely still invite controversy.
The 2010 Porsche Panamera delivers a spectacular driving experience in a surprisingly practical car, while modern cabin tech satisfies navigation and entertainment.
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There are now a whopping nine iterations of Porsche's bonkers Panamera four-door supercar -- the latest is a new driver-oriented GTS model.
Porsche creates a new version of its Panamera sedan, this one designed for track performance. The Panamera GTS was unveiled at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Porsche has a knack for modifying its existing cars to fit all buyer segments, no matter how small. At the Los Angeles Auto Show, Porsche unveiled the GTS version of the Panamera, a car suitable for track usage.
The top of the line Panamera, the Turbo S, is an incredible sports car, yet features executive level luxury. CNET reviews the 2012 Porsche Panamera Turbo S.