Porsche Panamera highlights the performance of Porsche into a usable form, it is available with a V6, V8, and a hybrid powertrain after the replacement of 2020 Panamera’s Turbo model with the 2021 powerful Turbo s model. The company also added a new 4S E-Hybrid model. Overall, the company came up with various upgrades for the 2021 model.
If we talk about the price then, recently Porsche has announced the pricing of its Panamera lineup. All the Panamera lineup prices are the same except the all-new 4S E-Hybrid model. The price of other lineups starts from $88,550 for the base model. The Panamera GTS starts from $130,650 and generates 20 more hp with a turbo V-8 has also got the same price as before, there is no increment in the price of GTS.
Panamera is offering various choices, although, the base model of Panamera is still higher in price compared to other luxury sedans like Audi A7, BMW 8-series Gran Coupe, and Mercedes-Benz CLS-class. The top-tier Panamera that is Turbo S E-Hybrid and other E-Hybrid lineup which is 4E Hybrid will receive a larger 17.9-kWh battery pack, which means it is 3.8 kWh more than the previous models.
4S E-Hybrid will cost you around $114,650 and it generates a twin-turbo V-6 in conjunction with an electric motor and the new battery pack, overall it makes 552 horsepower. You will also get a longer wheelbase executive for $125,950 and a Sport Turismo Wagon at $118,650. Porsche is offering this in standard and sport Turismo excluding the base and GTS model.
To replace the Panamera with the 2021 model, the company has set down the 550 hp Panamera Turbo model for a powerful Turbo S. The price starts at $179,050 which means it is $24,700 more than the previous Panamera Turbo. It is available with a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 that generates 620 horsepower with 604 pound-feet of torque.
The company has declared that it will cover 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. The all-new Turbo S will offer you an Executive at $189,450 and Sport Turismo at $183,050 models, Apart from that, you have 19 other trims. 2021 has also got some small upgrades like a full-width LED strip on the taillights, a sportier front end, new wheels, and more. The bookings of the 2021 Porsche Panamera is open now, and it will arrive at the dealers in spring.