The Porsche Panamera is no Cayenne
The rear weight bias of the Porsche 911 may sometimes make driving it a little awkward (uber-oversteer in the early modes), but that much weight on the driving rear wheels also makes for great traction. Unfortunately the front-engined, rear-wheel drive Porsche Panamera doesn’t share this weight advantage and results like above may happen when testing in the snow. Lucky for Porsche, it already has another family-sized model to lend a hand. So in a situation where it takes two cars to do the job of one, when given the choice of a Panamera or Cayenne, we’ll take a 911.