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PORSCHE Panamera Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 2009
Engines: Gasoline
 

2020 - Present

In 2020, while the world was struggling with the COVID 19 pandemic, Porsche remained true to its promises and brought the facelifted version for the second generation of the Panamera. The base model from the Panamera was a rear-wheel-drive luxury sport-sedan. It was the entry-level, but it wasn't a basic car. The facelifted version brought even more features than before, but it was still...

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gasoline engines:

  PORSCHE Panamera (971) 2.9L V6 8AT (330 HP)

2016 - 2020

While the first generation of the 4-door Porsche suffered in the beginning for lots of criticism, its successor showed no mercy on the detractors. The idea of a 4-door Porsche sedan wasn't new. There were some try-outs in the late '80s with the 989 concept-car that was based on a stretched platform of a 911. But the real deal was shown in 2009 with a front-engine and rear or all-wh...

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gasoline engines:

  PORSCHE Panamera (971) 3.0L 8AT (330 HP)

2013 - 2016

Four years after the introduction of the Porsche Panamera range in Shanghai, the German car-maker chose the Shanghai Motor Show to unveil the facelifted version. It began with the regular Panamera. The facelift was made to fix some of the issues revealed by the 2009 model. It was, somehow, understandable for a carmaker who never made a sedan before. While some parts remained unchanged, some w...

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  PORSCHE Panamera (970) 3.6 V6 7AT (310 HP)

2009 - 2013

After more than half of the century, Porsche finally unveiled its four-door sedan. It was a dream imagined in a few concept cars but never achieved until 2009 when the Panamera was unveiled. At the 2009 Shanghai Auto Show, the German car-maker introduced its newest range: the Panamera range. It was the last piece of the puzzle. After the entry-model Boxster, the well-known 911, and the big SU...

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