Porsche revealed today new images of its first sedan, the Panamera. Although the car won’t be seen in the flesh until January’s Detroit Auto Show, from these photos it seems Porsche is pushing the roominess of the car more than the performance. We’ll have a chance to see how well this car handles the corners while carrying a full suitcase when the car hits the showrooms by the end of 2009.

Panamera will be offered in two trims: 4S and Turbo, and unlike the 911 and Boxster/Cayman, the Panamera will not have a boxer engine. Instead the lineup will take its cues from the Cayenne and have engines in the more traditional V6 and V8 arrangements. Power will range from 300 to 500 bhp depending on trim level and will be mated to either a manual six-speed gearbox or seven-speed Double-Clutch Gearbox (PDK).


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AK47  (1024) posted on 11.26.2008

So you don’t even get a boxer engine. I pity the fools who buy this thinking its a Porche.

AK47  (35) posted on 11.25.2008

No matter how many photos you release of it Porsche, it’s still hideous. This car should not be wearing the Stuttgart shield

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