Porsche Panamera S Hybrid Challenge
The Panamera S Hybrid is the most fuel efficient Porsche of all time.
Without sacrificing sportiness or elegance, this new Panamera model
produces 380 horsepower with fuel
consumption of only 6.8 L/100 km on the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC).
See for yourselves.
2012 Porsche Panamera GTS Exterior and Interior at 2012 New York International Auto Show
2012 Porsche Panamera GTS Exterior and Interior at 2012 New York
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Porsche Panamera GTS at the Ascari Race Resort
CARROS Magazine drove the Porsche Panamera GTS at the Ascari Race Resort.
The 4,8 litre V8-engine delivers 430PS (316 kW; 424 bhp) and needs only 4,5
seconds to reach 100 km/h. The German car has a topspeed of 288 km/h.
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Porsche Panamera GTS - Aggressive Driving, Revving Sound [1080p]
The new Panamera GTS is based on the Panamera 4S and includes more power,
upgraded brakes and a body lowered by ten millimeters with new, sportier
chassis tuning coupled to air suspension and Porsche Active Suspension
Management (PASM). These technical modifications make the Panamera model
even more capable of cutting it on the race track without sacrificing
practicality. The sportiest of all Panamera models also conveys this to
occupants and the outside world by its striking sound. In terms of looks,
the new Panamera GTS includes distinctive design features at the front,
side and rear as well as black highlights. The interior is also tailored to
its sporty personality with adaptive sports seats, SportDesign steering
wheel with shift paddles and exclusive GTS leather interior with Alcantara
The Panamera GTS is powered by a modified 4.8-liter naturally aspirated V8
engine, delivering 430 hp at 6,700 rpm, increasing the output over the
Panamera S/4S by 30 hp. The maximum torque also increases by comparison,
from 369 to 384 lb. ft. At the push of a button, thanks to the standard
Sport Chrono package, the 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK)
transmission transmits the engine output to the all-wheel drive system
during gear changes without interruption to the power flow. This
collaboration enables the Panamera GTS to sprint to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds,
accelerating on to its top track speed of 178 mph.
The 0-60 figures and top speed only scratch the surface of the new Panamera
GTS's sporty character. Its chassis in particular makes it fit for the race
track: the adaptive air suspension and Porsche Active Suspension Management
(PASM) connect the chassis and body, constantly adapting to the driving
challenges by regulating leveling settings, adjusting height, modifying the
spring rate and electrically modulating the damping system. The body has
been lowered by ten millimeters and the damping designed to be tauter,
which helps agility and further reinforces the sporty personality of the
Panamera GTS. Five millimeter wheel spacers between the wheel and the wheel
hubs increase the rear axle track width, giving the Panamera even more
stability. The required grip is provided by standard 255/45 size 19-inch
tires on the front axle and 285/40 on the rear axle. Optional 20-inch
wheels are available with 255/40 tires on the front and 295/35 on the rear.
Deceleration on the sporty Panamera is provided by the braking system from
the Panamera turbo, which includes
larger diameter front brake rotors than Panamera S/4S. Like all other
Porsche models, the Panamera is available with the optional Porsche Ceramic
Composite Brakes (PCCB), featuring brake calipers finished in yellow.
2011 Porsche Panamera Turbo 4.8L V8 AWD Start Up & Rev With Exhaust View - 8K
2011 Porsche Panamera turbo
Mmmmm this Panamera has the 500HP turbocharged 4.8L DOHC V8 & that power is sent to
all the wheels through a 7 Speed Dual-Clutch/Automated Manual (PDK)
I know this was a Start up & Rev video but I looked throughout the whole
car. Honestly there's really nothing wrong I can say about it. The seats
were a tad on the firm side but they were supportive & had many adjustment
to make it almost perfect (Would love the seats from the S63 in here tho
lol). Interior quality was excellent too!!
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Take your pick 2013 Porsche Panamera GTS Agate Grey vs Amethyst Metallic Porsche Connection
A potential customer asked to see some footage of a new 2013 Porsche
Panamera so I shot this brief video showing our latest 2013 Panamera GTS in
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NJ Porsche Product Specialist Steve Walker gives you an inside look at the
new 2012 Porsche Panamera GTS. This Panamera GTS is equipped with the
Sports Design Package that gives it a more aggressive look.
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Huayra isn't quite as wild to listen to but it's not trying to be a Zonda.
Don't think of it as the Zonda replacement. The Huayra is James Bond to
the Zonda's Bruce Lee - they both have their place, and I can see why many
Huayra owners will be keeping their Zondas.
New 2013 Porsche Panamera GTS
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Porsche's Panamera turbo should be blushing a bright shade of Ruby
Red Metallic. After all, the new 2013 Porsche Panamera GTS, which debuted
at the 2011 Los Angeles auto show, is essentially a Panamera turbo, albeit without any turbochargers.
You read that right. Although the four door sedan you see here bears more
than a passing resemblance to Porsche's forced-induction four-door sedan,
what's nestled underhood instead bears more resemblance to the Panamera S
than the top-of-the-line turbo and turbo S.
That's not to say the GTS is wanting for power. In stock form, the 400-hp,
dual-overhead cam 4.8-liter V-8 found in the Panamera S and 4S is a
silky-smooth engine that delivers an impressive 400 hp and 368 lb-ft of
Apparently, there was room left for improvement. By tweaking the engine
computer, revising valve springs, modifying cam lobes, and installing both
a new twin-induction air intake and a sports Exhaust system, Porsche's engineers have made
the normally aspirated 4.8-liter both more powerful and happier to rev. In
GTS guise, the horsepower inches forward
from 400 to 430 hp, torque is increased to 383 lb-ft, and the redline
creeps upward 400 rpm to 7100 rpm.
As is the case with the Panamera turbo,
the Panamera GTS is only available with one transmission (Porsche's
seven-speed PDK dual-clutch gearbox) and one driveline configuration
(all-wheel). Porsche's trick torque-vectoring rear differential is standard
fare, and helps the car rotate through corners. The GTS retains the
Panamera 4S's air suspension system, but spring rates are firmer, ride
height lowered by 10 mm, and Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) --
which works to combat body roll - is also included in the package. Porsche
also raids the Panamera turbo's parts
bin for the 14-spoke, 19-inch aluminum wheels, and for braking hardware,
which includes 15-inch front rotors and red-painted calipers.
Porsche's release alleges the Panamera GTS is "aerodynamically on par with
the turbo." We'd expect as much,
considering the GTS uses quite a few of the turbo's exterior body panels. The entire front
clip is pulled from the Panamera turbo
Sport Design package, to provide plenty of air to the twin air intakes. The
rear four-position spoiler is also borrowed from the turbo, as are the LED-powered driving lamps.
Like the 911 GTS, the Panamera GTS is awash in black accents. The rear
diffuser, window trim, side air outlet panels, rear deck lid decorative
trim, headlamp bezels, and washer covers are all painted black. The side
sills are also coated in black paint, and even the Exhaust tips are finished in a matte black
In typical Porsche fashion, the Panamera GTS interior is trimmed from head
to toe in copious amounts of leather and alcantara. Seat inserts, upper
door panels, headliner, and center console armrest are all covered in the
suede-like material, and the standard sport steering wheel can be wrapped
to match upon request. 18-way power adjustable sport seats are standard, as
are bespoke door sill guards, gauge faces, and embroidered headrests.
Et Tu, turbo?
So, the GTS looks the part of a turbo -
but can it walk the walk? Almost. Porsche says the Panamera GTS blasts from
0-62 mph in 4.5 seconds, and hits a top speed of 179 mph. That's pretty
darn close to the metrics touted for the Panamera turbo: according to Porsche, its twin-turbocharged wunderkind moves from 0-60 mph in 4
seconds, and can wind its way up to a top speed of 188 mph.
Pricing hasn't been revealed, but it's a safe bet the Panamera GTS will
ring in somewhere between the Panamera 4S ($96,175, including destination)
and the turbo ($137,675). Though the
notion of buying turbo-like prowess on
the cheap may woo some buyers, the GTS' appeal may be in how it offers
greater performance without becoming an exercise in mechanical lunacy. It's
something we've come to appreciate in other Porsche GTS models -
particularly the 911 - and it's what we hope we can expect from the 2013