This is the new Porsche Panamera Turbo...and a flower.

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It's Porsche's reboot of its big, luxurious sedan.

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In Turbo trim it makes a whopping 550 horsepower!

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Go for the lower-spec 4S and you'll have to make do with 440.

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This is the smaller wheel package, with the non-ceramic brakes. Perfect for the road.

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The car is still massive, but some slight styling tweaks have really improved the overall look.

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Up front is the massive, twin-turbo V8 in the Turbo. V6 in the 4S.

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Rear steering helps make this thing feel far more nimble than it should.

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And there's plenty of room in the back, even for adults!

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The new Panamera starts at $99,900... but you'll need to spend almost $50,000 more if you want the Turbo!

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