First seen last winter, the new generation of Porsche Panamera 2024 continues to experiment in warmer weather near the sports company headquarters. The high temperature that has allowed you to look inside, and which you can see in these spy pictures in all its glory.
That’s how we love it, and we know you love it too, see spy image. For the first time, we look inside new Porsche Panamera 2024, one more generation of sports salons that will undergo significant changes and which we saw for the first winter in Sweden for the first time. Now, the models have returned home and are circling the sports label headquarters, where one of them has been hunted.
It doesn’t have much to highlight this example externally. The new panera continues to be heavily concealed, with special labels that destroy the actual production lights that will present the new design, in the shape and layout of the projector and a new light signature inspired by that of the Porsche Mission Concept. In addition, dishes added to the body also prevent you from seeing specific details such as decorative appliqué of front wings or true glazed surface shape.
Porsche Panamera 2024, hunted by modern interiors
However, the model has rear production lamps that they will maintain the Taycan light scheme, giving a more modern and avant-garde background look. But the most interesting thing about these snapshots is the interior. It is completely revealed, and that a slightly curved digital instrument column as is typical for Porsche, with a large screen connected to the central console.
Even, as we said in the previous article, too will have a third screen on the front passenger area, in the purest style of the electric salon. Spy images also show a small transmission tunnel, without a standard gear lever and a touch screen for automatic climate control module, so the gear lever is reset and transferred to the steering column. The cleanest look, while also the most elegant and modern.
Savings along with a modified Panamera that will maintain the same architecture as the current design, although fully adapted to provide state-of-the-art systems and equipment. Porsche will maintain the current design of a wide range of engines, which petrol will get 48 volt MHEV technology and will look more closely at the electrical installation. Hybrid versions of PHEV plug-in it will also increase the power and diversity of electricity and a more powerful battery. His arrival on the market is scheduled early 2024, before the start of the Munich 2023 Car Show.