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With the Panamera, we consistently went our own way, always stayed true to our roots – and have thus injected the typical Porsche DNA into the luxury saloon segment. With the new Panamera, we are now pursuing this path just as consistently.
We asked ourselves one question: should a sports saloon really look like a saloon? The new Panamera answers this question with an unequivocal no. Whether Panamera or Panamera Sport Turismo – the silhouette and proportions are unmistakably Porsche. Athletic, streamlined, with clear contours and powerful curves.
Panamera (model range) - Fuel consumption (WLTP) combined: 21.2 – 27.7 mpg; CO₂ (WLTP) combined: 302 – 232 g/km
The new 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo Cabriolet continues the Porsche philosophy of combining phenomenal performance with comfortable and everyday usability.
The new flat-six horizontally opposed engine with VTG twin-turbo provides 580PS, pairing this with the redeveloped 8-speed PDK gearbox, the new 911 Turbo models will reach 0-62mph in 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 199mph. When you add in the timeless design, contemporary style and everyday usability – it’s easy to see how the new 911 Turbo is a homage to the original 930 Turbo.
911 Turbo (model range) - Fuel consumption (WLTP) combined 22.6 - 23.5mpg. CO₂ emissions (WLTP) combined: 284 – 271 g/kmDiscover more
The new Cayenne GTS models feature the unique character of a V8 engine once again, offering a combination of effortless power, dynamic responsiveness and distinctive design. The 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 delivers an output of 460 PS and, when combined with the Sport Chrono package, accelerates from zero to 62 mph in just 4.5 seconds. A lowered chassis, distinctive exterior styling and a suite of special equipment complete the Cayenne GTS package.
The SportDesign Package enhances the look of the Cayenne GTS models, with a striking apron, sideskirts and aerodynamic roof - the distinctive look of the SportDesign Package is an expression of sporty performance.
Cayenne GTS (model range) - Fuel consumption (WLTP) combined: 20.0 – 21.2 mpg; CO₂ (WLTP) combined: 319 – 301 g/kmDiscover more
A throwback to the 1950’s, the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition takes inspiration from the original Porsche 356 and introduces the “Pure” Heritage Design theme.
Using the latest generation 911 Targa 4S as the basis and building on the success of the Heritage package of the 911 Speedster, the Heritage Design Edition brings together exclusive features for a unique product, limited to just 992 units.
911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition - Fuel consumption (WLTP) combined 25.4 - 27.2mpg. CO₂ emissions (WLTP) combined: 253 – 236 g/kmDiscover more
The new 911 Targa 4 and Targa 4S models combine the open-top experience of a convertible with the comfort, refinement and sleek silhouette of a fixed roof coupé. Combined with all-wheel drive, the 911 Targa really is the perfect sports car for all seasons.
With the iconic Targa roll-over hoop and elegant deployable wraparound glass rear section, the latest 911 Targa models combine all of the dynamic prowess and technology of the eighth generation 911 with the timeless design of the original classic 911 Targa models from the 1960’s.
911 Targa (model range) - Fuel consumption (WLTP) combined 25.4 - 27.2mpg. CO₂ emissions (WLTP) combined: 253 – 236 g/kmDiscover more
The new 911 Turbo S and 911 Turbo S Cabriolet represent the pinnacle of performance, and embody the Porsche philosophy of continuously pushing the boundaries.
The new 3.8 litre flat-six twin-turbocharged engine develops 650PS, allowing breathtaking acceleration from 0-62mph in 2.7 seconds, continuing on to a top speed of 205mph. Combined with an unmistakable timeless design and every day usability, our engineers understandably refer to the 911 Turbo S as the perfect sports car.
911 Turbo S (model range) - Fuel consumption (WLTP) combined 22.6 - 23.5mpg. CO2 emissions (WLTP) combined: 271 – 284 g/km.Discover more
The Taycan - all-new, innovative and ready for the future. It is characterised by the features that define every Porsche: pure emotion and maximum driving pleasure.
The Taycan combines values such as innovation and tradition in an absolutely unique way – while remaining typically Porsche. With its 800-volt technology, the Taycan represents the future of electric mobility. At the same time, in true Porsche fashion, it stands for pure emotion and extreme driving pleasure. This is what makes the Taycan the only true sports car in the segment.
We need to live up to our reputation as the leading provider of exclusive, sporty mobility. Therefore, we are not only introducing the new Taycan as a sports car with exciting design language, but also pure performance - with up to 560 kW (761 hp) of Overboost Power with Launch Control in the Taycan Turbo S.
Taycan (model range) - Electrical consumption (WLTP) combined: 26.7 – 21.0 kWh/100 km. CO2 emissions (WLTP) combined: 0 g/kmDiscover more
In the latest edition of Porsche News Update, discover the new Panamera range which benefits from improvements in power, efficiency and a sharpened design, as well as innovative new models that showcase the unwavering Porsche commitment to push boundaries.
Also find out how Goodwood SpeedWeek and the world-renowned 24 Hours of Le Mans thrilled fans, despite taking place behind closed doors.
Panamera (model range) - fuel consumption (WLTP) combined: 21.2 – 27.7 mpg; CO₂ (WLTP) combined: 302 – 232 g/km