The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
Porsche brings us a plug-in hybrid that proves that you don't not need to sacrifice speed for efficiently all the time.
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.
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.
The 2010 Porsche Panamera delivers a spectacular driving experience in a surprisingly practical car, while modern cabin tech satisfies navigation and entertainment.
Finally, the Panamera may outgrow its awkward stage with this stylish wagon variant.
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 fastest and baddest Panamera.
Road Trip 2010: It wouldn't be possible to tackle weeks' worth of reporting spread over 13 states without a good car, and for that, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman got the chance to drive 5,000 miles in Porsche's Panamera.
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.
Porsche rolls out its *third* hybrid. Betcha can't guess the first one.