Panamera Sport Turismo Concept made its official debut at the 2012 Paris Auto Show and now Porsche has unveiled a new video presenting the design process behind this exclusive concept car.

In this video you will be watching designers Michael Mauer and Mitja Borkert to Porsche’s R&D center in Weissach. They are explaining the development process of the Panamera Sport Turismo. You will learn about every step needed to transform a clay model into the concept you have seen in Paris.

As a reminder, the Panamera Sport Turismo Concept is powered by a plug-in hybrid drivetrain that delivers a total of 428 horsepower and allows the concept to go from zero to 62 mph in less than six seconds. It can be driven in pure electric mode up to a speed of 80 mph and can cover distances of over 18 miles. But before you’ll get to excited you have to know Porsche has no intention in offering a production version of this concept.

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9 comments:

  (349) posted on 01.4.2013

very pleasant job, but difficult and stressful in the same time.

  (346) posted on 01.4.2013

i suppose they have good days and bad days...especially cause they are two working on the same project.

  (377) posted on 01.4.2013

i wonder if they usualy are so calm like they seemed to be in this moviesmiley

  (341) posted on 01.4.2013

i like the way they speak about the car, about the lines etc

  (346) posted on 01.4.2013

wow! impressive! it is so hard to do such a job. i appreciate them.

  (349) posted on 01.4.2013

i always was curious about the steps followed by the designers.

  (377) posted on 01.4.2013

very nice movie. it was, how to call it? pretty sensitivesmiley

  (397) posted on 01.4.2013

this car isn’t my type, but i must say that i like it.

  (16) posted on 12.30.2012

"But before you’ll get to excited ..."

In English, it is "But before you’ll get too excited ..."

Just because your spell check program had no issues does not mean that you selected the correct word! Maybe you just need another Jaeger.

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