Cabin tech includes a new and optional ultra high-end surround sound system from renowned Berlin audio manufacturer Burmester, with 16 speakers plus a subwoofer and over 1,000 watts of combined power.
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Rear-seat entertainment comes in the form of these seatback-mounted monitors. We like these because they give passengers a better view of the screens without interfering with the driver's view.
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It appears that Porsche's GPS navigation is also getting an interface upgrade.
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Porsche's PDK double-clutch transmission is standard on the Panamera.
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Say what you will about the polarizing exterior aesthetic. This interior looks downright spacious and comfortable. Porsche is offering 13 different color and material combinations for the Panamera.
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Cockpit for four
Porsche calls the Panamera's cabin a "cockpit for four." With four sport bucket seats, we can see why.
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Spec a Panamera S or 4S and you get eight-way power seats in front with a driver memory package. Buyers with monty to burn can further choose optional 18-way Adaptive Sport Seats (which we assume feature some sort of active bolstering, like the Mercedes-Benz CL 550 tested earlier).
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Power adjust steering
For the Porsche Panamera Turbo, the steering wheel is power adjustable with memory.
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The rear seats are separated and individually adjustable. Spec the optional 8-way power rear seats and they'll all but adjust themselves!
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Four-zone climate control
An available four-zone climate control system gives each seating area individual control of functions such as temperature, air distribution, and venting direction. Too much? Nah, this is Porsche!