The 2016 Panamera is unlike any other automobile with four (soft-closing) doors because a Porsche is fundamentally different from all other automobiles, period. The front, shoulders, and rear all have instantly recognizable traits such as horizontal LED running and rear lights, and Bi-Xenon headlights. The fenders are slightly higher than the hood and, at the rear, they are distinctly muscular and form the typical Porsche shoulder line. Particularly striking are the side air outlets behind the front wheels. A low, wide stance and a sleek roofline leave an overall impression that these are true sports car proportions. The most remarkable aspect of the rear is undoubtedly the two-way adaptive spoiler, which is integrated into the rear lid. When sitting inside one of the 2016 Panamera models, four things immediately stand out: the ascending center console, the four individual seats, the amount of space in the rear (where even taller passengers will find plenty of leg and headroom), and the versatility of the luggage compartment, thanks to the folding rear seats. In conjunction with seat heating, seat ventilation function is also available. Plus, drivers can enjoy ParkAssist with surround view and camera. With multiple options to choose from, the Panamera hosts a variety of engines depending on the taste of the driver ranging from 310hp up to 570hp in the Turbo S models. The standard Premium Package brings a booming sound system to the Panamera, and for safety, this Porsche offers brake calipers, pad-wear sensors, ABS, multiple airbags, and optional Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes.*Dealer Permit # 4603
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