PORSCHE Panamera 4 Sport Turismo

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PORSCHE Panamera 4 Sport Turismo 971
PORSCHE Panamera 4 Sport Turismo  971 2017 2020
2017 2020

While the Panamera started to get more attention from the customers, Porsche listened to their desires for more trunk space and introduced the Sport Tourismo version.
Unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, the new body version was more of a shooting-brake than a station-wagon. It still offered the same drivetrain and the same luxurious interior, but with more room in the back and still be able to look good.

It looked more like a lowered Macan than a station-wagon Panamera. Its raked rear looked like it was there to enhance the aerodynamic rather than increase the cargo area. Yet, that tailgate was designed for both. And since it didn’t want to mimic the rear-end of a 911, it might be just the better solution. The extra set of rear windows, behind the C-pillars, actually enhanced the visibility over the regular Panamera.

Inside, the Turbo Sport Tourismo looked just like the regular Panamera. It lost the multi-button center console arranged like on a Vertu mobile phone. It had the same haptic buttons on a display. Also, the infotainment unit was large and had a fast-responsive touch-screen. It supported only Apple CarPlay. The longer roof-line allowed a higher rear door and easier access to the three seats in the back. The trunk was larger by 25 liters (0.9 cu-ft) than the one on the regular Panamera. It was the first Porsche Panamera available with up to five seats.

For the powertrain, the Panamera Sport Tourismo featured a twin-turbo V6 engine mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission and a rear-wheel-drive system. To keep the car planted on the road, a set of adaptive suspension was added to the cocktail.

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