1. Please register to participate in our discussions with other members - it’s free and quick! Some sections can only be seen by registered members.
    After you create your account, you’ll be able to customize options, select different site themes, and access all our posts with fewer ads.

OFFICIAL Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo Concept

Discussion in 'New Porsche Models / Vehicles' started by Merc1, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. Merc1

    Merc1 Well-Known Member Contributing Member








    • Like Like x 19
  2. DeDe

    DeDe Well-Known Member Contributing Member

  3. Tumbo

    Tumbo Audi/MB/VW/Lambo fan

    WOW!! My jaw just dropped to the ground
  4. Centurion

    Centurion Well-Known Member Contributing Member

    I guess the rumors didn't lie. This is the Panamera shooting break I did not expect. At the front we have what I hope to see on the facelifted model or the next generation. And the 918 inspired center console is pure jizzz. I see that, instead of lugging around a rear tyre the car has a huge battery slapped at the rear. I wonder what that does for the car dynamics in terms of being able to tail the rear in corners.

  5. EnI

    EnI Well-Known Member GCF Guru Contributing Member

    Even when strip it off all the Concept gimicks, this car looks so much better than the original Panamera, and light years better than the MB CLS SB. Now I'm waiting for BMW 6er GT to be added to this mix ... I guess luxury sportcoupe wagons (5dr shooting brakes) are very IN right now ...
    • Like Like x 1
  6. Merc1

    Merc1 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

    This should also give us some indea about the Panamera facelift.

  7. martinbo

    martinbo Global Moderator / Editor Staff Member

    Surely this previews the next-generation Panamera and is shown to gauge popular and customer opinion?

    Regardless, it's what the Panamera (especially its backside) should've looked like all along.
    • Like Like x 1
  8. mini_cooper4

    mini_cooper4 Well-Known Member

    WOW A dream car for sure... what the Panny should have looked like...
    It's probably my favorite Porsche of all time... I adore 4 doors, I adore Porsche, I adore beauty!!!!
  9. martinbo

    martinbo Global Moderator / Editor Staff Member

    The one problem now is that the rear roofline and D-Pillar are distinctly Audi Avant.
  10. mini_cooper4

    mini_cooper4 Well-Known Member

    Let it be... it's a beauty :)
    • Like Like x 1
  11. SKY

    SKY Well-Known Member

    Which is the wagon, this or the current one?

    It looks so much better.
  12. Monster

    Monster Global Moderator Staff Member

    Porsche smashed this one out of the park for 6. This is totally unexpected, both in and out. Porsche shouldn't even bother with face lifting the current Panamera, just put this into production and call it a whole new generation.
  13. rurella

    rurella Well-Known Member Premium Member

  14. Kowalski

    Kowalski Well-Known Member

    Porsche is the first to respond to the CLS Shooting Brake. Who's next? Audi? An A7 Shooting Brake would look absolutely fantastic.

    Last edited: Sep 26, 2012
    • Like Like x 3
  15. Hofmeister

    Hofmeister Active Member

    10/10. Absolutely magnifcent, put it into production immediately to shut up everyone who berates the Panamera's styling!
  16. Giannis

    Giannis Global Moderator / Editor Staff Member

    Press Release:

    • Like Like x 6
  17. Deckhook

    Deckhook Banned

    If only the ordinary Panamera had this shell, the shooting brake looks really suits it much better.
  18. chonkoa

    chonkoa Well-Known Member

    This is absolutely stunning
  19. Sunny

    Sunny Well-Known Member GCF Guru

    Love it, this is what the Panamera should have looked like to begin with... let us hope facelift gets us their.

    Only downer - why is the engine in front of the front axis? Audi drivetrain?
  20. martinbo

    martinbo Global Moderator / Editor Staff Member

    It's in much the same place as in the current Panamera which in AWD guise has the front driveshafts exiting from the rear end of the crankcase.
    • Like Like x 1

Share This Page