Arriving with the finest engine and tech features and stylish exterior package, the new Porsche Panamera gets a mid-life refresh for 2021.
Practical but thrilling, spacious and sporty, this new family-friendly four-seater preserves its Porsche heritage while also delivering luxury and preciseness.
Under the hood is a powerful 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 engine. Mated to an impressive PDK twin-clutch 8-speed automatic gearbox, this superb engine allows the executive hatchback to produce 330 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque that shifting between gears almost instantly allows the Panamera to accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in a claimed 5.4 seconds.
With a refreshed Sport Design, a more driver-focused cabin, and increased performance, the new Porsche Panamera claims a new level of power for the Panamera lineup.
Special Features of the 2021 Porsche Panamera
21-inch Panamera SportDesign Wheels
Coming in with a new chassis system, the 21-inch Panamera SportDesign wheels escalate the driving experience to its best.
Its high-gloss finish in black also adds an aesthetic boldness to the Panamera’s sporty theme.
Black Smooth-finish Leather Interior
The new Panamera combines sporty minimalism and effortless luxury with its smooth-finish leather interior in black.
Preserving its Porsche heritage is shown in this quality material, perfectly matched with the latest high-tech features, especially the large and attractive touchscreen in front.
Delivering high-performance requires reliable safety technologies that make driving on any track safer and more relaxing.
This feature is packed with different essential driving assistance technologies such as Soft-close doors, Lane Keep Assist, and Head-up Display, among others.
Furthermore, drivers can easily access all of these through Porsche Connect.
Sport Chrono Package
The Sport Chrono Package offers an even sportier tuning of the chassis, engine, and transmission. With the mode switch on the steering wheel with the Sport Response button, you can choose between four driving modes: ‘Normal,’ ‘Sport,’ ‘Sport Plus’ and ‘Individual’ – for an even more personalized driving style.
In Sport mode alone, the Panamera delivers increased dynamics and more direct handling. While in Sport Plus mode, the engine becomes even more responsive.
Rear-axle Steering Including Power Steering Plus
The rear-axle steering increases both performance and suitability for everyday use. At low speeds, the system steers the rear wheels in the opposite direction of the front wheels.
At high speeds, the system steers the rear wheels in the same direction as that of the front wheels.
Rear-axle steering makes it clear that there is no contradiction between stability and agility or performance and suitability for everyday use.
The result: greater manoeuvrability and driving safety in everyday use – and a significant increase in maximum driving performance.
Tinted LED Taillights with Light Strip
Sitting between the three-dimensional tinted and LED taillights of the Panamera are the new light strip.
The state-of-the-art LED technology illuminates both the light strip and taillights, making sure that the Porsche Panamera is distinguishable even at night.
Interior of the Porsche Panamera
A Driver-focused Cabin
The new Porsche Panamera boasts a driver-focused cabin with its smooth-finish leather interior in black and low-slung seats that give more room, especially for tall drivers.
The 18-way Adaptive Sports seats in front and the high-tech centre console are also integrated with touch-sensitive controls for easier reach while you’re on the road.
BOSE Surround Sound System
A fun companion in any adventure you take, the BOSE Surround sound system is also a standard in our Porsche Panamera.
Providing a top-quality audio experience, the integrated first-class speakers are perfectly tuned to the distinct interior of the Panamera.
Porsche Crest on Headrests
Get the full experience of luxury and sporty drive at the same time. As you enter the car, the front headrest of the Porsche Panamera with the “Porsche” crest on it will welcome you.
The rugged crest that exudes the elegance of the car is just right behind your head.
Panoramic roof system
Consists of two wide glass panels and a decent square meter in size, Porsche Panoramic Roof System gives you a glorious panoramic view even if it is closed. Securing you from all the elements simultaneously.
The front portion can be slid open to enjoy the view on top and a roll-up blind to shield you from strong sunlight.
18-way Adaptive Sports Seats in Front
Complete with the memory package, the 18-way Adaptive Sports seats come standard in the new Panamera. The elevated side bolsters on the seat squab and backrest offer improved lateral support.
These electrically adjustable front seats also deliver quality comfort on long journeys and made-to-measure lateral support in the corners.
4+1 Seat Concept
This new feature allows a fifth person to enjoy the Panamera driving experience. The two outer seats are still designed as fullfledged individual seats, but Porsche has made sure that it does not sacrifice comfort.
The rear area of the Panamera still offers plenty of leg and headroom, matched with excellent lateral support through fast corners.
Exterior of the Porsche Panamera
The new Porsche Panamera gains a mid-cycle refresh this 2021 and showcases a sharper design.
Its Carrara White Metallic look effortlessly matches the new SportDesign front fascia that displays the striking air intake grilles and large side cooling air openings.
The revamped light bar at the rear also comes standard and runs seamlessly over the luggage compartment lid.
8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)
The 8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) features two gearboxes that enable short switching times with no power flow interruptions. The PDK offers exceptional sporty tuning in gears one to six.
Each gear also has a Sports ratio, with the sixth gear enabling the top speed. This transmission gives you a balance of comfort, performance, and efficiency.
LED Main Headlights with Matrix Beam
Cutting-edge LED technology powers the main headlights, including daytime running lights with 4-point LED spotlights.
Also, the matrix beam technology puts off specific areas in the main-beam cone to make sure it does not blind other cars and traffic coming your way.
And 84 individually controlled LEDs can be adjusted to suit your situation.
Significantly enhanced and redesigned for 2021, the new Porsche Panamera preserves its Porsche heritage by showcasing its ‘PORSCHE’ logo painted in high-gloss black.
Based on the Free People’s State of Wurttemberg’s coat of arms, its Crest shape effortlessly stands out in the Panamera’s sporty front end.
3.0-litre Twin-Turbo V6 Engine
Mated to an excellent and quick-shifting PDK twin-clutch 8-speed automatic gearbox, the Panamera produces 330 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque.
This executive four-seater hatchback can quickly reach past 100km/h from rest in just 5.4 seconds, with a top speed of 270 km/h.
Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus)
The original design of four-point headlights in one system includes daytime running lights, dipped beam, main beam, and auxiliary main beam for excellent safety and practical aesthetic – all built on LED technology.
The Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus) comes with advanced technology of dynamic range control, speed-sensitive headlight range control, dynamic cornering lights, as well as headlight cleaning system.
Porsche Panamera Specifications
- Leather interior in Black, smooth-finish leather – Interior Color
- SPORT button to activate dynamic driving settings for engine and transmission
- Adaptive Sports Seat in front (18-way, electric) with memory package
- Ambient lighting with rear compartment interior lighting concept
- Seat Ventilation (front)
- Storage Package
- 4+1 seats
- Rear Seat Heating
- Porsche Crest on headrests
- BOSE Surround Sound-System
- USB interface in rear
- Carrara White Metallic – Exterior Color
- 21-inch Panamera SportDesign wheels Black (high-gloss)
- Tyre sealing compound and electric air compressor
- Tinted LED main headlights with matrix beam including Porsche
- Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus)
- Tinted LED taillights including light strip
- ‘PORSCHE’ logo painted in black (high-gloss)
- Panoramic roof system
- Preparation for towbar system
- Side window trims in black (high-gloss)
- Model designation painted in Black (high-gloss)
Transmission and Chassis
- 8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)
- Adaptive Air Suspension including
- Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM)
- Rear-axle steering including Power steering plus
- Sport Chrono Package
- Sports tailpipes in black
- Soft-close doors
- Lane Keep Assist
- Porsche Entry & Drive
- Adaptive cruise control
- Head-up Display
- Lane Change Assist
Technical Data of the 2021 Porsche Panamera
|Engine Capacity||2,894 cc|
|Max Output||330 hp (243 kW) / 5,400 – 6,400 rpm|
|Max Torque||450 Nm / 1,950 – 5,000 rpm|
|Acceleration||5.4 s (0-100km/h)|
|Top Speed||270 km/h|
|Transmission||8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||5,049 mm x 2,165 mm x 1,423 mm|
|Fuel Tank capacity||90 L|
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History of Porsche Panamera
The introduction of the Porsche Panamera in 2010 marks the beginning of shaping the brand’s history for the next ten years. Manufactured by the German automaker, the Panamera is the first sedan to ever reach production among the many prototypes built over the years.
The Panamera obtained its name, like the Porsche Carrera lineage, from the Carrera Panamericana race, while its production and assembly come straight from the factory plant in Leipzig, Germany. The first-generation Panamera offered different engines and variants, such as the S, 4S, and Turbo, and expanded its line-up starting 2011 with the S Hybrid, GTS, Turbo S diesel models.
In 2016, Porsche began launching the second-generation Panamera, which revealed a more expansive, lower, sleeker design—thoroughly addressing the first-generation’s flaw of a somewhat hunchbacked appearance.
Its new endeavors on the exterior are matched with the reimagined interior inside, packed with a haptic-touch console and massive display screens. The powertrains available are all new and much upgraded, as well.
The most recent version of the Porsche Panamera continues to deliver an unmistaken Porsche silhouette and proportion. It stays true to its DNA that is athletic, streamlined, with precise contours and powerful muscles, and high-performance.
The German automaker also ensured more dynamic features and chassis system, aiming to provide an actual speed without compromising a luxurious grit for everyday usability. Its already modern centre console is partnered with the Porsche Advanced Cockpit control concept, offering quick access to the most essential functions.
The Porsche Panamera comes as a four-door car with an extensive line-up of an executive car, a full-size luxury car, a grand tourer, and a hybrid setup car. Alongside numerous variants, the Panamera is widely known for its practicality that mends with sporting character.
A trailblazer for dynamic performance and functionality, the Porsche Panamera remains unmatched in its segment. In 2012, reports showed that the United States has the largest market for Panamera with 7,614 units sold, while the Canadian market had 422 units sold.
2021 Porsche Panamera FAQ
How many seats does the 2021 Porsche Panamera have?
The 2021 Porsche Panamera has a seating capacity of up to 4 people.
How many cc/power does the 2021 Porsche Panamera have?
The 2021 Porsche Panamera generates a 2,894 cc and a maximum torque of 450 Nm.
What is the top speed of the 2021 Porsche Panamera?
With an acceleration of 5.4 s (0-100km/h), the 2021 Porsche Panamera has a top speed of 270 km/h.
What is its fuel efficiency?
The 2021 Porsche Panamera has a fuel tank capacity of 90-litres and a fuel consumption of 8.5 km/L with an 8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmission.
Where can I view the 2021 Porsche Panamera?