The newest 2019 Porsche Panamera comes with a courageous new approach. The newly announced vehicle will gain many new properties. The car has a new body, new chassis and even new powertrain options. As the developers said, it took courage to change so much and it is the courageous stand that they are taking now that will make the Panamera a better car.
The Panamera vehicle is actually the ultimate proof that sportiness and comfort can come together in a unique ultimate package. It is the diversity that makes the car unique but also very useful for various sorts of people. The design also looks pretty great and there are the pictures to prove it, but after the release date we will see how it performs in terms of handling and output.
The first Porsche Panamera made its debut in 2009 and it was the first four-door sedan model coming from Porsche. It was developed with the idea to help the brand make its expand into a brand new segment. It was also meant to generate revenue so other bigger and more expensive models could be made which Porsche was planning for the future.
Nevertheless, the newest 2019 Porsche Panamera comes to us with a whole new design, with a whole new engine lineup and all the reviews point to a great new successor to the older version.
What is the Release Date of the 2019 Porsche Panamera Coming?
We are expecting to see the newest 2019 Porsche Panamera in production come the start of the year. The model has already finished almost everything about its design and we are hoping that the release date is going to be set for the very start of 2019.
What will the Price be?
As for the price, the 2019 Porsche Panamera has already gotten its listing. The model starts sales at $99,900 for the 4S model while the Panamera Turbo is being sold for $146,900.
Thanks to the update given for the 2019 Porsche Panamera we have a much better and suitable car at our disposal. The first noticeable change is for the front fascia of the car as it has a lowered nose and pretty of 911-like additions. The lower grille has a new design and added LED turn signals.
The sides of the car provides changes brought to the lower door. There are more prominent creases that in a way fade off the fender vent. Thanks to the revamped quarter window the rear door is also shorter compared to before. The door is also cut farther inward
Changes for the rear end of the car include a much larger more squared-off hatch design, With the added updates to the taillights, bumper and lower fascia we get a completely new look for the back part of the car. The bumper is noticeably based on the one seen for the 911 model.
What are the Interior Changes?
We are witnessing a very nice looking redesign for the interior of the 2019 Porsche Panamera. In fact the reworking has been made here pretty well. It incorporates a new steering wheel with gesture control buttons. Although the doors have more storage to them, they have not changed so much as well as the seats. But there is also added storage in the center console. The layout on the central command is familiar and on the center stack we see a 12-inch display screen replacing the smaller sized one. The instrument cluster is changed but still has the center-mounted tachometer with smaller circular gauges on the sides.
The rear seating area has not changed but we see the center console as completely revised. The armrest seems as if it has been built into the center seatback, while the rear seat command area is a bit taller now. It also features glossy black finishes. To conclude, the inside has been reworked pretty well and it does not seem like your regular Porsche model and we very much like the changes which were brought here.
With the 2019 Porsche Panamera using the new MSB platform it also had to offer new types of engines under the hood. The 4S trim uses a newly developed 2.9-liter, twin-turbo, V-6 that will provide it with an output of 440 horsepower and 405 pound-feet of torque. As far as the Panamera Turbo trim goes it will use the 4.0-liter, twin turbo, V-8 that cranks the output at 550 horsepower and 567 pound-feet of torque. The 4S version will also be offered in a diesel variant, but only for some other markets, and in that configuration is supposed to make 422 horsepower and a whopping 627 pound-feet of torque.
What are the 0-60 mph Specs for the 2019 Porsche Panamera?
On the performance side, the 2019 Porsche Panamera will provide some spectacular numbers. The 4S trim will be able to speed up to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds in its base version or 4.2 seconds with the Sport Chrono Package. The Turbo trim can do that in 3.8 seconds or 3.6 seconds with the Sport Chrono Package. The top speed is rated at 179 mph for the S4 and 190 mph for the Turbo.
The fuel economy of the 2019 Porsche Panamera has not been reported yet. The model will probably update the specs and we can expect to get more out of this car in terms of getting better and appropriate rates for the segment. The vehicle that we had before used to make 24 mpg city drive, 31 mpg highway and 27 mpg combined, but we expect the updated EPA stats to change for the 2019 version.
The newly developed 2019 Porsche Panamera will also update the dimensions. The size is going to differ a bit and we are expecting an increase in width, by 0.23 inches, length, by 1.34 inches, and height, 0.19 inches. This all brings to a total of 198.78 inches for the length of the car, 76.26 inches width, and 56.02 height. The wheelbase is also larger as it now states at 116.14 Inches, as it gained a 0.79 inches increase.
The newly acclimated 2019 Porsche Panamera also reported some innovations when it comes to safety. Ultimately the car will get safety assistance systems which will make the passengers a lot safer. Perhaps the best innovation given here is the night vision assistant which is newly added for this model and will upgrade the safety by a margin.
Which Rivals will it have?
The upcoming 2019 Porsche Panamera will face some sturdy competition models. The segment is already filled with cars which came before the Panamera, but thankfully with the update it will be much more suitable with what the competition brings. The models at hand are the BMW 7 Series and Maserati Quattroporte cars.