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You might not think a mash-up between a Porsche 911 and a four-door saloon would work as a concept but, over two generations, the Panamera has demonstrated it’s a formula that works. Spectacularly.

The current Panamera launched back in 2016 and was a game changer in terms of its slick, ‘haptic’ interior with touch-sensitive surfaces replacing the regular switches for a super clean, high-tech look. This influence has been felt in various other new Porsches – latest 911 included – but time waits for nobody and, for 2020, the Panamera range has undergone some major updates.

How major? At first glance – and as Rory explains – seemingly not that significant, unless you have a thing for indicators and the shape of LED running lights. Dig deeper and it seems Porsche has indeed been busy, in the way it knows best of all. But we’ll let Rory demonstrate that.

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