It was in 2016 that the second-generation Porsche Panamera made its world premiere. Now, four years later, Porsche has rolled out a midlife update for the Panamera, which brings a host of subtle yet key additions for its sports sedan, including a new plug-in hybrid variant and an even more powerful Turbo S variant.

  • Styling changes include redesigned front bumper, new wheels
  • 630hp Turbo S variant introduced; does 0-100kph in 3.1s
  • 4S e-Hybrid has a larger 17.9kWh battery; 54km electric-only range

What’s the biggest talking point of the Porsche Panamera facelift?

As before, the 2021 Panamera will continue to be offered in three body styles – standard, Executive (long wheelbase) and Sport Turismo (estate).The highlight of the facelifted Porsche Panamera range has to be the addition of a new Turbo S variant. It packs the same 4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8 as the outgoing…

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