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Porsche Panamera

  • tickSuperlative handling and performance
  • tickFabulous interior
  • tickSpacious and luxurious for all four occupants
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Porsche Panamera Hatchback (2020 - )

Updated with a new range of engines and revised model line-up, the Porsche Panamera remains a masterclass in translating sports car values to a spacious, luxurious four-seater. The range includes high-performance plug-in hybrids and thunderous turbocharged V8s of increasingly ludicrous performance, with all models delivering an authentic sporting experience. Expensive, but you get what you pay for.
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If you cross the threshold of a Porsche dealership you’re going to be spending a lot of money, but for many customers that’s exactly the point. The brand’s customers are smart with their cash, though, and the updated Panamera has options to suit a range of tastes, needs and budgets.

Diesels are now a thing of the past, the base (all things relative) Panamera ideal for those buying with their own money as a tempting alternative to the BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe, AMG Mercedes or faster versions of the Audi A7. The new 4S E-Hybrid is significantly more expensive to buy but, if you’re running it as a company car, could quickly recover those costs thanks to currently favourable Benefit In Kind and VED. If money is no object and you want the ultimate in performance the GTS and Turbo S are your picks.

Don’t kid yourself though – no Panamera is going to be a cheap car to run. The hybrid may skirt the worst the taxman can throw at you but, from insurance to fuel, you’ll need deep pockets. Those looking for an all-electric alternative are, meanwhile, catered for by the comparably priced Taycan.

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