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http://www.youcar.tv More power and upgraded brakes, a body lowered by ten millimetres and the especially sportily tuned chassis with air suspension and PASM are the major technical modifications that make it the Panamera model capable of cutting it on the racing circuit -- without sacrificing practicality. The sportiest of all Panameras also conveys this to occupants and the outside world by its striking sound. In terms of looks, the new Panamera GTS signals its independence by distinctive design features in the front-end, side and rear area as well as black highlights. The interior as well is rigorously tailored to the sporty personality with sports seats, SportDesign steering wheel with shift paddles, exclusive GTS leather interior and Alcantara surfaces. The power unit in the new Panamera GTS is a modified 4.8-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine, delivering 430 hp (316 kW) at 6,700 rpm, trumping the engine in its Panamera S/4S sister models by 30 hp (22 kW). The maximum torque also increased by comparison, from 500 Nm to 520 Nm. The way in which at the push of a button the Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK) transmits the engine output to the all-wheel drive (PTM) -- thanks to the Sport Chrono package featured as standard without interruption to the power flow -- is especially dynamic. This collaboration enables the Panamera GTS to sprint to 100 km/h in under 4.5 seconds, accelerating on to its top speed of 288 km/h. With NEDC fuel consumption of 10.9 l/100 km -- only 10.7 l/100 km with low-friction tyres -- the Panamera GTS remains as much of an efficiency role model in its milieu as all Porsche models. The standard values for sprint and top speed don't do full justice to the new Panamera GTS's sporty characteristics. Its chassis in particular makes it fit for the racing circuit: The adaptive air suspension and Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) featured as standard connect the chassis and body, constantly adapting to the driving challenges by regulating levelling settings, adjusting height, adjusting the spring rate and electrically adjusting the damping system. The damping is designed to be tauter, which helps agility and further reinforces the new Gran Turismo's sporty personality. Five millimetre thick wheel spacers between the wheel and the wheel carriers increase the rear axle track width, giving the Panamera an even more stable ride. The required grip is provided by 255/45 size 19-inch tyres on the front axle and 285/40 on the rear axle. Deceleration on the sporty Panamera is provided by the superlative braking system of the Panamera turbo. The Panamera GTS is being launched in February 2012 with a price tag of 116.716 €.


 


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Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet 2013
http://www.youcar.tv What the Coupé began with the new aluminium-steel body, the Cabriolet continues with the all-new, unique hood: As a result, the typical 911 roof line is initially retained in its entirety. Even when closed up, the Cabriolet cuts a fine figure. Intelligent light- weight design, even including the use of magnesium in the hood, ensures less weight and more sportiness, lower fuel consumption and greater comfort. With the open-top 911s as well, Porsche has managed to reverse the weight spiral and make the new Cabrio models significantly lighter than its predecessors. Each of the two new Cabriolets has the same engine as its Carrera Coupé equiva- lent. The rear of the 911 Carrera Cabrio houses a 3.4-litre flat engine generating 350 hp (257 kW) of power driving the rear wheels through a seven-gear manual trans- mission. The open-top Carrera S comes with a 3.8-litre six-cylinder engine develop- ing 400 hp (294 kW) and also a seven-gear manual transmission featured as stan- dard. That means that the open-top 911s as well are distancing themselves even further from the competition in terms of efficiency; both models consume less than ten litres of fuel per 100 kilometres (NEDC). The Cabriolets as well have the Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK) available as an optional extra, delivering even lower fuel consumption and shorter acceleration times. With the longer wheelbase compared with the predecessor model, the wider front track and the new electro-mechanical power steering, the new Cabriolets offer even sportier driving characteristics, greater precision and agility. Depending on model, there are other standard or optional active control systems available as well that fur- ther enhance the driving dynamics. The 911 Carrera Cabriolet will be launched in Germany on March 3, 2012. The prices for the 911 Carrera Cabriolet start in Germany with 100,532 Euros, the 911 Carrera S Cabriolet starts with 114,931 Euros including value-added tax in both cases.





► 2013 Porsche Panamera GTS [on track]
http://www.youcar.tv More power and upgraded brakes, a body lowered by ten millimetres and the especially sportily tuned chassis with air suspension and PASM are the major technical modifications that make it the Panamera model capable of cutting it on the racing circuit -- without sacrificing practicality. The sportiest of all Panameras also conveys this to occupants and the outside world by its striking sound. In terms of looks, the new Panamera GTS signals its independence by distinctive design features in the front-end, side and rear area as well as black highlights. The interior as well is rigorously tailored to the sporty personality with sports seats, SportDesign steering wheel with shift paddles, exclusive GTS leather interior and Alcantara surfaces. The power unit in the new Panamera GTS is a modified 4.8-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine, delivering 430 hp (316 kW) at 6,700 rpm, trumping the engine in its Panamera S/4S sister models by 30 hp (22 kW). The maximum torque also increased by comparison, from 500 Nm to 520 Nm. The way in which at the push of a button the Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK) transmits the engine output to the all-wheel drive (PTM) -- thanks to the Sport Chrono package featured as standard without interruption to the power flow -- is especially dynamic. This collaboration enables the Panamera GTS to sprint to 100 km/h in under 4.5 seconds, accelerating on to its top speed of 288 km/h. With NEDC fuel consumption of 10.9 l/100 km -- only 10.7 l/100 km with low-friction tyres -- the Panamera GTS remains as much of an efficiency role model in its milieu as all Porsche models. The standard values for sprint and top speed don't do full justice to the new Panamera GTS's sporty characteristics. Its chassis in particular makes it fit for the racing circuit: The adaptive air suspension and Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) featured as standard connect the chassis and body, constantly adapting to the driving challenges by regulating levelling settings, adjusting height, adjusting the spring rate and electrically adjusting the damping system. The damping is designed to be tauter, which helps agility and further reinforces the new Gran Turismo's sporty personality. Five millimetre thick wheel spacers between the wheel and the wheel carriers increase the rear axle track width, giving the Panamera an even more stable ride. The required grip is provided by 255/45 size 19-inch tyres on the front axle and 285/40 on the rear axle. Deceleration on the sporty Panamera is provided by the superlative braking system of the Panamera turbo. The Panamera GTS is being launched in February 2012 with a price tag of 116.716 €.





Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo - Development
► http://www.facebook.com/youcarpress The body concept of the Panamera Sport Turismo is an outlook on a possible Por- sche sports car of tomorrow: The overhangs are short, and the boot lid is large -- both sporty and functional. The concept car combines the dimensions of a premium vehi- cle with the interior comfort of the luxury class. The Sport Turismo is 1,990 mm wide, a low 1,401 mm in height and 4,950 mm long. Its direction indicators and sidelights are integrated in C-shaped lighting units -- known as C-Blades -- mounted in the large air inlets at the front end. Together with four-point LED headlights in an innovative design, they define the front end appearance of the concept car. The drive technology of the Panamera Sport Turismo completes the next develop- ment step towards the plug-in hybrid, symbolised by the "e-hybrid" badge on the front wings. The car's new ability to be charged from the electrical power grid has been combined with even higher performance components. The concept vehicle with its 416 hp (306 kW) of peak system power is designed to be driven in pure electric mode up to a speed of 130 km/h and can cover distances of over 30 km. The Sport Turismo also exhibits impressive fuel economy per the NEDC standard; its combined fuel consumption is less than 3.5 litres per 100 km, while CO2 emissions are under 82 g/km. The drive system of the Panamera Sport Turismo is an advanced development of the parallel full hybrid that Porsche already implements today in the Panamera S Hybrid and Cayenne S Hybrid. The new electric motor produces about 70 kW (95 hp), which is around twice as much as in today's Porsche hybrid drive, while the supercharged three-litre V6 engine still produces 245 kW (333 hp) here. In their interplay, they ac- celerate the concept car from zero to 100 km/h in less than six seconds.





► 2012 Porsche Panamera TURBO S (550 hp) on the road
The new Panamera turbo S is a unique combination of performance and efficiency, driving dynamics and comfort. The 4.8 litre, V8 biturbo charged engine delivers 550 hp (410 kW), ten percent or 50 hp (37 kW) more than the already very powerful engine in the Panamera turbo. By the same token, the torque also increases from 700 to 750 Nm. In the "Sport" and "Sport Plus" mode of the standard Sport Chrono Package turbo and during kick-down in normal mode, the eight cylinder engine delivers fully 800 Nm with the so-called overBoost function. The power pack is behind the new top-of-the-range Panamera's record sprint times. Thanks to Launch Control, 100 km/h (62 mph) is reached in 3.8 seconds; the top speed is 306 km/h (191 mph). Despite the increased performance, fuel consumption remains at the moderate level of the Panamera turbo -- yet another example of "Porsche Intelligent Performance". In the NEDC the Gran Turismo covers 100 kilometres (62 miles) on 11.5 litres of fuel. Fuel consumption falls to 11.3 litres per 100 km (25 mpg imp.) when fitted with the 19 inch, all-season tyres with optimised rolling resistance developed for the Panamera by Michelin. The increased performance compared with the Panamera turbo can be attributed to two main enhancements: Improved turbochargers with titanium-aluminium turbine wheels and modified engine control. The use of the innovative titanium-aluminium alloy reduces the weight of the turbine and compressor wheel. This results in a lower moment of inertia and thus in improved and more agile engine responsiveness. Even for a top luxury class model, Porsche's new top-of-the-range Panamera boasts an extraordinarily comprehensive equipment level. In keeping with the sporty concept of the high-performance Panamera, it features the most important driving dynamics control systems as standard. For example, Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC), an active roll stabilisation system, nips in the bud the vehicle's tendency to lean when cornering, thus enhancing agility and comfort in equal measure. Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus) applies a variable torque split to the rear wheels combined with an electronically controlled rear differential lock, thus ensuring superior traction and therefore greater agility in every driving situation. The steering system uses the speed-dependent Servotronic. The Sport Chrono Package turbo, which tunes the suspension and power unit, making them even sportier by pressing the additional "Sport Plus" button, is also fitted as standard, as is the sports Exhaust system for an even more emotional engine sound. The sporty character of the new Panamera turbo S is apparent not just in its performance but is also reflected on the exterior. The 20-inch turbo II wheels with increased rear axle track width, side skirts from the Porsche Exclusive range and the adaptive extending four-way rear spoiler in the exterior colour ensure particularly sporty performance and look. The fusion of exclusivity and sportiness is conveyed in the interior by the bi-colour leather finish, fitted as standard. The new combination of black/cream is offered exclusively for the new Panamera turbo S with agate grey/cream also being added as an exclusive combination from the autumn. The Panamera turbo S costs 167,076 euro in Germany, including VAT and country-specific equipment. Deliveries start in June 2011.





2012 Porsche Panamera GTS review
Porsche updates the Panamera with a more powerful GTS model for 2012. From www.motormouth.ca





2013 Porsche Panamera GTS 0-60 MPH Mile High Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 Porsche Panamera GTS is an all-wheel-drive monster of a four seater sports car that's filled to the brim with go fast technology including launch control, air suspension with multiple sports settings, and perhaps most importantly a 4.8 Liter V8 that produces 430 horsepower and an Exhaust note that's auditory viagra. In this video review Roman and Nathan not only find out how fast the Porsche Panamera GTS will go from 0-60 MPG @ a mile above sea level but also how it drives, handles and performs in the mountain canyons of Colorado.





Porsche Panamera 2013 Exclusive Accessories Commercial Carjam TV HD Car TV Show
CARJAM TV - Subscribe Here Now http://www.youtube.com/carjamradio Like Us Now On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CarjamTV For The World's Best Car Videos Website: http://www.carjam.tv Despite the differences in dimensions and design, a reviewer noted that the Porsche Panamera's driving dynamics were close to that of the Porsche 911, and it "seems to occupy the no-man's-land between really good sports sedans and proper sports cars", and so far the Porsche Panamera has won every comparison test against other four-door performance cars on the market such as the Maserati Quattroporte and Aston Martin Rapide.[26][27] Function was also praised, with the 15.7 cubic feet (440 L) hatchback trunk, and the four-corner adaptive air suspension that retained superior handling while also providing a comfortable ride for public roads. Edmunds stated that the Panamera was an innovative engineering feat that "makes a unique statement about the way that luxury transportation and serious high-performance potential can be mixed together in one car". Carjam TV HD Car TV Show. Unlike most of the V8-engined contemporaries, all models of the Panamera avoid the US Gas Guzzler Tax. The V6-powered Panamera was also praised, as its downsized engine still retained respectable acceleration,[28] and as it had even better handling than its V8 siblings, due to the engine being lighter by 100 lb (45 kg) which gave the car better weight distribution.[29] However, CAR magazine of the U.K. described the S model as lacking sportiness, which they attributed to their test car's being "about as oriented to comfort as it's possible to get"[30] and called the turbo model "a missed opportunity on behalf of Porsche" to be "the world's first lightweight four seater" as the top model weighs as much as an Audi S8. The 30 November 2008 edition of Top Gear featured a look at the Porsche Panamera in its news section, with the three presenters being very critical of the look. On 21 May 2009 Richard Hammond and James May from Top Gear were seen driving the Porsche Panamera along the A30 in Devon, Great Britain They were racing against a letter sent via Royal Mail between the Isles of Scilly and the Orkney Islands. This episode was broadcast on the BBC on 12 July 2009. Jeremy Clarkson reviewed the Porsche Panamera for an article with The Times newspaper and was quite critical A grand tourer (Italian: gran turismo) (GT) is a high-performance luxury automobile designed for long-distance driving. The most common format is a two-door coupé with either a two-seat or a 2+2 arrangement. The term derives from the Italian phrase gran turismo, homage to the tradition of the grand tour, used to represent automobiles regarded as grand tourers, able to make long-distance, high-speed journeys in both comfort and style. The English translation is grand touring. A true grand tourer is a luxury high-performance vehicle intended for long-distance high-speed travel in both comfort and style; just because a manufacturer appended some form of GT initials to its model designation as a marketing gambit does not make such a car a grand tourer[citation needed]. Some examples include: AC Frua Acura NSX Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione Alfa Romeo GTV - 1960s through to 2005 Alfa Romeo Brera Alfa Romeo Montreal Aston Martin DB2 Aston Martin DB Mark III Aston Martin DB4 Aston Martin DB5 Aston Martin DB6 Aston Martin V8 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Aston Martin DB7 Aston Martin DB9 Aston Martin Virage Aston Martin Vanquish Aston Martin DBS Bentley Continental GT Speed Bentley Brooklands, 2008— BMW 8 Series BMW 6 Series Bugatti Veyron Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Cadillac XLR Citroën SM Facel Vega Facel II Ferrari 575M Ferrari 612 Scaglietti Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano Ferrari Daytona Ferrari California Ferrari F12berlinetta Fiat Dino Iso Grifo Iso Rivolta Jaguar XJS Jaguar XK Jensen 541S Jensen CV8 Jensen Interceptor Lamborghini 350GT Lamborghini 400GT Lamborghini Islero Lamborghini Jarama Lancia Aurelia Lancia Flaminia Lexus SC Lotus Elite (1970s-80s) Lotus Eclat Lotus Excel Maserati Ghibli Maserati Indy Maserati Khamsin Maserati Bora Maserati Merak Maserati 3200 GT Maserati 3500 GT Maserati 5000 GT Maserati Coupé Maserati GranTurismo Mazda Cosmo Mazda RX-7 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing Mercedes-Benz CL-Class Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Mitsubishi GTO/3000GT Nissan 300ZX Nissan Leopard Coupe Monteverdi High Speed Peugeot 907 Concept Porsche 928 Shelby Mustang GT500 Subaru SVX Toyota Soarer Toyota Supra http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_tourer





Hot Chick Launching Porsche Panamera Turbo
Facebook: http://on.fb.me/RHPage Twitter: http://bit.ly/RHTweets Emily tests launch control in her brand new 2012 Porsche Panamera turbo. You probably remember the video when her husband David surprised her with the car: http://youtu.be/gFfQdTCG30w EMILY DRIVING MURCIELAGO LP670-SV: http://youtu.be/jxUej-d1IjI





Panamera GTS 0-310 km/h Launch Control Revs Test New Porsche 2012 sport auto
Porsche Panamera GTS: Test Launch Control 0 to 310 km/h top speed by sport auto's Christian Gebhardt. 310 km/h on speedo, 297 km/h GPS. Acceleration, Revs, Sound. More about the new Porsche Panamera GTS on www.sportauto-online.de





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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. Refining Perfection 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 torque. 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. Cosmetic Changes 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 finish. 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 Panamera GTS.





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BMW M5 vs Porsche Panamera GTS! - Head 2 Head Episode 16
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Motor Trend's Jonny Lieberman pits the 2013 BMW M5 against the 2013 Porsche Panamera GTS in an epic super sedan showdown. The battle begins in California's Mojave desert with a classic quarter-mile drag race. Then Jonny takes both V-8 powered sports saloons up to Big Bear, California to find out which one carves up the winding mountain roads the best. Head 2 Head appears every other Wednesday on the new Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/101867967859016552744/posts Website - http://www.motortrend.com





2015 Porsche Panamera Turbo Full Review /Exhaust /Start Up
Facebook Fan Page https://www.facebook.com/Automoho 2015 Porsche Panamera turbo in White with Full Natural Espresso Leather Interior. The Porsche Panamera turbo S Executive is a higher Version of the Porsche 911 turbo. In this video, we going to Start up the engine, listen to the Exhaust sound and take an in depth look of the interior as well as the exterior of the 2015 Porsche Panamera turbo. Hope you guys enjoy! 2015 Porsche Panamera turbo base listed @ $141,300 The One feature in this video is Listed @ $160,255 Big Shout out and Thanks to Brian Harris Porsche of Baton Rouge, La for letting me come out to film this vehicle. Visit www.brianharrisporsche.com to check out their huge inventory. For purchase Inquiring, Call 1-888-418-3724 New videos coming every week. ===THUMBS UP & SUBSCRIBE=== ==Want to see a car you like?? Comments in the comments section and ill try my best to film it ==





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