Porsche is taking the rest of the 2017 Panamera range to the Los Angeles show upcoming week. The second-generation Porsche four-door will make its U.S. launching and flaunt a brand-new base V-6 engine and long-wheelbase Executive body style.
Porsche has presently revealed the Panamera 4S, Turbo, and E-Hybrid designs, however has now dropped details on the base automobiles. The standard Panamera and Panamera 4 will utilize the 326-hp version of the twin-turbo 2.9-liter V-6 utilized in the hybrid. That’s 108 hp less than the 2.9-liter in the 4s, but 20 hp more than the last base vehicle that was powered by a naturally aspirated 3.6-liter V-6. Porsche states the new force-fed engine reduces fuel consumption over the previous mill. The engine will be readily available in both rear- and all-wheel drive setups, and will even be available in long-wheelbase trim with the Panamera 4 Executive.
Executive models extends the Panamera’s wheelbase by 5.9 inches and substantially extend the vehicle for enhanced rear legroom. In addition to the Panamera 4, the 4S, E-Hybrid, and Turbo can be had in Executive trim. These limo-like versions receive a large panoramic roofing, heated front and rear convenience seats with multi-way modification, and an adaptive air suspension. Rear steering and soft-close doors come standard on FOUR and Turbo Executive designs. In addition, the Turbo Executive gets four-zone environment control, LED headlights, and ambient interior lighting as standard. A large rear center console and Porsche Back Seat Entertainment system with huge 10.1-inch screens are optional.
The 2017 Panamera 4S and Panamera Turbo are set to hit dealer lots in January 2017.