No matter how often I write the phrase "Porsche station wagon," it never gets old. Never.
Repeat after me: Porsche station wagon.
Porsche. Station wagon.
It's like an auto writer's (or a Porschephile's) dream come true.
Instead of a hatchback like the regular Panamera, this one grows to become a proper wagon.
However, aside from the rear liftgate and the active spoiler atop it, not much is different from the regular Panamera.
The base engine is a 330-horsepower V6, and it can be had for less than $100,000, which is cheap by Porsche standards.
The next step up is the Panamera e-Hybrid Sport Turismo, which mates the V6 with a hybrid-electric drivetrain.
There's also a 440-horsepower V6 on tap, in case that's more up your alley.
If you want all the power, though, opt for the Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo, which has a 550-horsepower V8.
Yeah, I'll take the V8.
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