PORSCHE Panamera S Hybrid

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PORSCHE Panamera S Hybrid 970
PORSCHE Panamera S Hybrid  970 2011 2013
2011 2013

Porsche decided to offer a hybrid version for its four-door GranTurismo range.
It already had the system developed for the Cayenne range. It was just a matter of time to install it in the Panamera.

The Hybrid version of the Panamera was unveiled in downtown Kuala Lumpur in 2011. Since its launch, the four-door GranTurismo Porsche was very well received by the market in all its forms. The Hybrid version was launched at the same time with the Turbo S version.

The Panamera Hybrid’s was based mainly on the Panamera S version. The profile resembled an elongated 911 or the 989 concept-car. On the front fenders, two vents were used to extract the air within the wheel-well and decrease the front-lift effect. In the back, the taillights resembled those found in the Cayman. In the back, on the trunk-lid, a retractable wing was installed. It was automatically extended at speeds over 120 kph (74.5 mph). The green brake calipers were one of it’s particularities, apart from the Panamera Hybrid badge in the back.

Inside, the Panamera Hybrid designers took their inspiration from the Vertu luxury mobile phones. A four-seat layout was the only option, with a big center console that separated the driver from the other passengers. In the back, there was a decent room for adults and since it was a hatchback it could get an impressive amount of luggage. The dashboard was typical for a Porsche, with round dials and centrally-mounted tachometer. Despite its hatchback shape, the rear passengers had enough legroom and headroom.

The powerplant consisted of a 3.0-liter V6 supercharged gasoline unit and an electric motor. The internal combustion unit offered 333 hp while the electric motor did the rest of the 47 hp. The whole system was mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox.

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