Although still famous for its sports cars, Porsche has added mainstream luxury vehicles to its repertoire to support its performance cars. The Cayenne SUV was the first to join the lineup, and it eventually gave birth to the Macan crossover. In between, Porsche added its take on a four-door sedan: the Panamera.
In 2018, Porsche decided to take a cue from sleek luxury estate cars like the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and BMW 5-Series wagon. The Panamera Sport Turismo was born, marrying the Panamera’s luxury polish with a more palatable estate body style. With a new turbocharged engine, the 2019 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo is back to provide the trinity of performance, luxury, and utility.