For 2011, the Panamera gets an entry-level V6 engine option. The V6 is available in both rear-wheel and all-wheel drive. It's similarly equipped to last year's base model, minus the HID headlamps and the high-end stereo. This means getting into a Panamera is now $15,400 cheaper than it was in 2010. Luxor Beige is a new color across the Panamera lineup for 2011.
Unmistakable styling, Porsche-standard performance and luxury, seating for four in well-appointed interior.
Launched in 2010, the Panamera is Porsche's first 4-door 4-seat grand tourer. Its basic design is a complete departure from most of Porsche's rear and mid-engine sports car tradition, utilizing a front-mounted engine. The styling is unmistakably Porsche, with hints of 911 throughout but with an elongated shape that provides comfortable seating in the rear--even for passengers over 6 feet tall. It's perfect for those looking for the comfort and room of a BMW 7-series or Mercedes-Benz S-Class, while wanting the performance and handling that is Porsche's trademark.
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