Porsche reveals 2024 Panamera; 670 bhp car's top speed is...
This is the third generation of the automaker's performance sedan.
German automaker Porsche has officially unwrapped its third generation Panamera. While the 2024 Panamera is not an all-new model, Porsche has made enough changes to call the four-wheeler a new generation of the performance sedan.
Accordingly, changes have been made to the car's chassis, feature, design, suspension, as well as the engine, as per HT Auto.
Updates in 2024 Panamera
To begin with, the third-generation Panamera gets an additional air intake above the number plate on the front, while window lines have also been revised. Additionally, there is a fresh set of headlamps and tail lamps.
Others updates include Matrix LED headlamps as standard, a new optional passenger display (10.9-inch), a gear lever mounted right next to the steering wheel, and more.
The model, which has three driving modes (Normal, Sports, Sports Plus), is powered by four e-hybrid engines. Here, the 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 has been revised; it now generates 670 bhp of maximum power and 930 Nm peak torque.
The V8 comes mated to a redesigned 8-speed PDK dual-clutch transmission.
With a renewed battery capacity of 25.9 kWh, the 2024 Panamera gets an equivalent electric range of up to 91 kilometres in the combined WLTP cycle. A new 11 kW on-board AC charger reduces the charging time to 2 hours 39 minutes.
The car has a length of 5052 mm, width 1937 mm, and height, 1423 mm. The top speed is 315 kmph, while the time taken to sprint from 0 to 100 kmph is just 3.2 seconds.