Porsche Panamera Specifications & Features
After a series of teasers, Porsche has officially unveiled the first models of the redesigned 2024 Porsche Panamera lineup. Which include the standard Panamera sedan, the AWD Panamera 4, and the top-tier Turbo E-Hybrid. Although an all-electric Panamera is in the works on a new scalable platform, it won’t hit the market for at least another four years. The Sport Turismo wagon body style is no longer part of this third-generation lineup due to sluggish sales. Despite this, the new Panamera offers enhancements in various aspects, including technology, hybrid capabilities, luxury features, and performance. In terms of design, it undergoes an evolution from the second-generation model, showcasing cleaner lines and more pronounced front fenders that rise above the hood, reminiscent of the iconic 911.
Porsche has given the new generation of the Panamera a power boost, discontinuing the Panamera Sport Turismo variant due to its low popularity, with less than 10 percent of Panamera buyers opting for it. The base engine now boasts around 350 hp, a gain of approximately 25 hp from the previous 2023 model year. The Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) system is now a standard feature. The 2024 Panamera also receives additional acoustic absorbers to enhance cabin quietness. Notable cosmetic updates include a fresh front and rear fascia, providing a revitalized appearance, and the cockpit has undergone a redesign, featuring new large screens integrated into the revised dashboard.
Porsche Panamera Engine, Power & Performance
The Panamera’s powertrains closely follow those of the updated Cayenne SUV. Propelling both standard RWD and AWD models is a revamped turbocharged 2.9L V6, now delivering 348 hp and 368 lb-ft of torque. This marks an increase of 23 hp and 37 lb-ft compared to the outgoing version. The sole transmission choice remains the eight-speed PDK dual-clutch automatic. Porsche claims a 0-60 mph time of 5.0 seconds for the base model and 4.7 seconds for the Panamera 4. Porsche’s Active Suspension Management (PASM) is now standard, utilizing two-valve dampers and semi-active double-chamber air springs to maintain dynamic driving characteristics while enhancing ride quality.
Porsche Panamera Mileage
|2024 Porsche Panamera Mileage
Although the new Panamera boasts a boost in horsepower, we wouldn’t be shocked if the fuel economy remains the same or even improves. While awaiting EPA estimates, it’s worth noting that the previous Panamera achieved ratings of 18 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway.
|2024 Porsche Panamera Dimensions
Porsche has already given us a closer look at the new Panamera’s interior, taking inspiration from the Taycan EV’s design. Some key features include a dash-mounted gear selector toggle and a display setup with up to three digital screens. A 12.6-inch unit for the instrument cluster and optional dual 10.9-inch touchscreens in the center and on the passenger side. Porsche has enhanced the comfort of the Panamera’s seats with new foam padding, and they are now available in non-leather materials. The steering wheel now houses controls for drive modes and the instrument cluster, and the updated infotainment system offers improved functionality for the MyPorsche app when connected to Android Auto or Apple CarPlay.
|2024 Porsche Panamera Trims
The price of the 2024 Porsche Panamera starts at $99,900, excluding the $1,650 delivery fee. This is quite a bit more than the $92,400 sticker price of 2023 models. 2024 Panamera 4 models have a starting MSRP of $106,900, also a significant increase over the current models.
Specifications, Quarter Mile, 0-60 Mph & Top-Speed
|2024 Porsche Panamera Specifications
|2.9L twin-turbocharged V6