Porsche has rolled out an all-new Panamera for the 2017 model year. With a tighter look, better equipment and a wild new interior, it's definitely a fresh take on Porsche's only sedan.
Porsche's new Panamera is quite the stunner.
It far more closely resembles the 911 now, instead of looking like a deformed bread box.
The front end is a bit sharper, with new headlights and optional LED units.
The rear end is almost entirely 911, with new taillights and what appears to be a whole new shape.
In fact, Porsche tried its best to model the car's entire silhouette after the 911.
US buyers will have a choice of two trims at launch.
The Panamera 4S comes with a 2.9-liter, twin-turbo V-6, good for 440 horsepower.
Opt for the Turbo, and that engine turns into a 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V-8, good for 550 horsepower.
Dealers will get theirs in January 2017, with the 4S priced at $99,990 and Turbo starting at $146,900. The UK also gets a diesel variant, but it's safe to say that Volkswagen's not ready to roll out another diesel in the US any time soon.
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