Few brands elicit the sort of starry-eyed thoughts that come about at the mention of Stuttgart's beloved Porsche. Given an opportunity to tour the iconic manufacturer's museum and production facility, we couldn't possibly say no.
The earlier ones were fairly ugly, but there's a lot to like about this new-generation Panamera - even if the price isn't one of them.
Read the full review here. The second-generation Porsche Panamera is undoubtedly the sportiest car in its segment, yet despite its dynamic abilities, it’s aimed at the those that value comfort and refinement just as equally. Since the launch of the first-generation in 2010, Porsche has sold over 150,000 Panameras worldwide, with around 100 per year in Australia...
What looks like a Panamera, but doesn't sound like a Panamera? The Porsche S E-Hybrid is the German luxury car maker's first plug-in hybrid to hit Australia.