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The Porsche Panamera just keeps getting better. With a dazzling array of customizable options, and plenty of amenities available at each trim level, there's a Panamera for virtually any taste or budget. The 2013 model year offers eight trim levels that begin with the base Panamera's 300-horsepower V6 and reach the dizzy heights of a 550-horsepower V8 in the Panamera Turbo S.
Wheel size starts at 18 inches and get as large as 22 inches. Typical features include: automatic xenon headlights, a sunroof, auto-dimming mirrors, rear parking sensors and LED running lights. The Porsche Stability Management (PSM) system helps maintain optimal traction and handling control at all times. The automated start/stop feature, which turns off the engine at stoplights, helps improve fuel economy during urban excursions.
Standard interior features for each model include dual-zone automatic climate control, partial leather upholstery, Bluetooth connectivity, eight-way adjustable power front seats, a chilled glove box, and a premium 11-speaker sound system.
Standard safety features include antilock brakes; stability and traction control; front and rear side airbags; and side curtain airbags and front knee airbags. As with every other category in the Panamera, countless upgrades provide further customization, including extra camera visibility, park assist, a fire extinguisher, or lane assist change with blind spot detection.
Competitors such as the BMW 7-Series or Mercedes-Benz S-Class offer comparable or larger engines, and vehicles such as the Maserati Quattroporte and Jaguar XJ tempt buyers with equally distinctive style. But the Panamera’s high-performing, curve-hugging, luxury-providing, customization-friendly package is hard to beat. And so far it is holding its own.
The base rear-wheel drive Panamera has a 3.6-liter V6 and a seven-speed automated manual transmission. Standard features include: 18-inch wheels; stability control; a fuel-saving auto start/stop function; 60/40 split folding rear seats; a chilled glove box; dual-zone automatic climate control; a sunroof; automatic xenon headlights; rear parking sensors; park assist; auto-dimming mirrors; a navigation system; Bluetooth; USB, iPod and auxiliary inputs; a touch-screen management system; and a premium sound system with 11 speakers.
Standalone options include: ceramic composite brakes; a heated steering wheel; rear 8-way seats; and keyless entry.
The Panamera 4 adds all-wheel drive to the base Panamera.
The Panamera 4S add all-wheel drive to the Panamera 4S.
The Panamera GTS, new for 2013, squeeze an additional 30 horsepower from the 4.8-liter V8. It has unique exterior and interior trim, but otherwise shares many of its features with the Panamera S.
Unique color combinations and materials are available upon request, as are special sport and performance wheels, navigational controls, a rearview camera and ceramic composite brakes.
The Panamera S adds a 400-horsepower 4.8-liter V8; an adaptive suspension and headlights; heated front seats; and a multifunctioning steering wheel.
Optional upgrades include a fire extinguisher, lane assist, park assist, blind spot detection, a fire extinguisher and adaptive cruise control.
The Panamera Turbo has all-wheel drive and a 500-horsepower turbocharged version of the 4.8-liter V8. Standard features include 19-inch wheels; an adaptive air suspension; smooth-finish leather trim; walnut trim; and a high-resolution navigation screen.
As the ultimate Panamera, the Turbo S sends a staggering 550 horsepower to all four wheels.
Optional features include: a voice control system, rear 8-way power seats, noise-insulating glass, a rear-seat entertainment system, and leather upgrades.
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