Porsche Panamera 2021! (Panamera 4) Sport sedan car! interior, exterior (walkaround review)

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Porsche Panamera 2021! (Panamera 4) Sport sedan car! interior, exterior (walkaround review)

2021 Porsche Panamera 4. Sport sedan car! interior, exterior (walkaround review)

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2021 Porsche Panamera 4 (overview)

It has the look and the performance of a Porsche, but the 2021 Panamera has four doors and a roomy trunk, which help make its case as a daily driver. Its practicality doesn't tarnish its sporting character, though. It's nearly as agile and communicative as the brand's sports cars. Porsche offers the Panamera with a plethora of powertrain options, including a hybrid setup and a twin-turbo V-8. Cargo space is plentiful under the fastback's rear hatch, and the interior will accommodate four adults comfortably, especially the long-wheelbase Executive models. If you're interested in looking at the entire lineup of Panameras, note that we the top-of-the-line models bearing the iconic Turbo badge separately, same with the Sport Turismo station-wagon versions.

What's New for 2021?

Porsche has given the Panamera a light styling refresh for 2021, incorporating the previously optional SportDesign front fascia as standard across the lineup. The rear end gains an LED strip that runs the entire width of the car, and a new diffuser between the car's dual exhaust outlets provides a sportier appearance. Inside, all Panameras receive an updated steering wheel design with integrated shift paddles. Porsche says it tweaked the chassis slightly to improve ride quality and sharpen handling. New wheel designs and colors—Cherry Red Metallic and Truffle Brown Metallic—are also now offered. Also, lane-keeping assist and traffic-sign recognition can now be found on the standard-equipment list.

2020 Porsche Panamera.
2019 Porsche Panamera.

Pricing and Which One to Buy
Panamera, $90,000 (est)
Panamera 4, $95,000 (est)
Panamera 4 E-Hybrid, $105,000 (est)
Panamera 4S, $110,000 (est)
Panamera GTS, $130,000 (est)
Panamera 4S E-Hybrid, $140,000 (est)

With agile handling and a smooth ride, especially when equipped with the optional adjustable air suspension, the 2021 Panamera is a thrill to drive. It also provides the comfort and luxury expected of such an expensive four-door hatchback. Every Panamera comes with a boosted engine, but only some wear the Turbo badge. We review those models separately. The base rear-wheel-drive Panamera and all-wheel-drive Panamera 4 feature a 325-hp turbocharged 2.6-liter V-6. Under the hood of the considerably quicker 4S model—60 mph in 3.6 seconds—is a 440-hp twin-turbo 2.9-liter V-6. Upgrading to the GTS gives you a 473-hp twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8. It's the best performing of the non-Turbo line; however, its suspension sacrifices some ride quality in the name of handling. Porsche also offers plug-in Panameras, with a 455-hp powertrain in the 4 E-Hybrid and a 552-hp setup in the 4S E-Hybrid. Buyers looking for an all-electric Porsche should check out the new Taycan.

2021 porsche panamera interior.

Porsche's Panamera boasts a driver-focused cabin that looks and feels every bit as luxurious as its steep price would have you believe. The list of standard features is long and appropriate for the class, but as with any Porsche, the options list is also quite extensive and pricey. Upgrades include everything from massaging seats to leather-covered climate-control vents to a fire extinguisher. More common options include ventilated seats, soft-close doors, four-zone automatic climate control, and a power-operated rear sunshade. We especially like the sport seats with 18-way adjustability. You sit low in the Panamera, which gives this sedan-like hatchback a sports-car feel. Plus, it's spacious inside, even for tall drivers. Executive models offer limo-like legroom in the back. The center console looks high tech as it's littered with touch-sensitive controls for functions such as the climate control.

Infotainment and Connectivity

Sitting in the center of the Panamera's dash is a large and attractive 12.3-inch touchscreen; unfortunately, the infotainment system isn't as easy to use as it should be. Although its has desirable features such as Apple CarPlay integration, navigation, and a Wi-Fi hotspot, the menus are complicated, and many of its functions could be more intuitive. As it is, the system can be distracting to operate while driving. Strangely, Android Auto capability and wireless phone charging aren't unavailable.

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