2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo Already Shows Up In Spanish Traffic

2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo in Spain 5 photos
Photo: Autogespot
2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo in Spain2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo in Spain2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo in Spain2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo in Spain
With Porsche introducing the 2017 Panamera last week (the reveal took place on June 28), we didn't expect to see a Turbo unleashed in traffic so soon. Then again, Zuffenhausen is the land of surprises (7:38 Nurburgring record, remember?), so we're here to give you the pics of the four-door Porscha.
The example you see here, which is dressed in Sapphire Blue Metallic, a no-cost option, was spotted in Granada, Spain - lens tip to Autogespot for the pics.

Don't let yourself fooled, though, this is still a Porsche onwed car. While customer deliveries haven't kicked off yet, even the German region indicated on the number plates, namely Ludwigsburg, is less than 30 minutes of driving away from the automaker's Stuttgart headquarters.

While most of the Panamera line-up has been revealed (you can check out the US and European models here, pricing included), the carmaker has still left plenty of goodies for the future, thus ensuring our love of four-door Porsche is kept at its maximum.

For one thing, we're talking about models the previous Panamera range has already accustomed us with, such as the GTS. However, we couldn't keep you waiting, which is why we've recently shown you a second-generation Panamera GTS rendering, obviously dressed in Red.

The second coming of the Panamera means we'll also get various derivatives and we can be certain that the Porsche will also land in Shooting Brake form. And for those of you who weren't satisfied with the spyshots we brought earlier this year, we stepped up the game with another rendering shortly after the "standard" car was launched.

As for the powertrain department, where we're simply bombed with novelties, we're looking forward to the pair of hybrid units Porsche has already promised.

Are you looking for a tuned 2017 Panamera? No problem, the pixel rearrangement world has already covered that basis.
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