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2023 Porsche Panamera: Spy shots show New Generation Model

2023 Porsche Panamera spied in black camouflage. Panamera was last updated on 2021, which is a second generation Panamera arrived for 2017 model year. Porsche is now testing Panamera prototypes, considering the original Panamera was stuck for about seven years, replacing the second generation Panamera with a redesigned 2024 model.

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Design

The new model, which goes by the code name 972 following the company’s tradition for small and evolving changes with subtle changes to its interiors and exteriors in each generation. It is expected for the headlamps to have a squarer hints, with slightly increasing dimensions making the car look more sleeker.

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2023 Porsche Panamera Side View
2023 Porsche Panamera

Powertrain, and Performance

According to Autocar, the new Panamera will stick to the MSB platform that debuted in the second-generation Panamera, which also underpins Bentley’s models, and will be updated with range of powertrains. With redesigned exhaust systems and tweaked software aimed to meet the upcoming Euro 7 emission regulations.

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Along with versions today’s twin-turbocharged 2.9L V6 and 4.0L V8 engines, featuring 48V mild-hybrid, the new Panamera looks set to adopt a heavily revised plug-in hybrid powertrain.

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2023 Porsche Panamera Angular View
2023 Porsche Panamera

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Pricing

The current pricing starts at $88,550, and its prices stay the same, excluding some other trims.

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