The second generation of the Panamera was introduced to the world earlier in 2016. Now, with only one week before Los Angeles Motor Show, porsche is introducing a new engine version. It is a more decent engine option, more affordable, ensuring the entry in Panamera range.

The luxury sport sedan will have a new 330 hp V6 turbo gasoline engine. In the new V6 turbo power is up by 20 hp from the corresponding engine of the previous Panamera generation. At the same time, Porsche was able to reduce the consumption of this completely redeveloped six-cylinder gasoline engine by up to 1.0 l/100 km on the NEDC Cycle.

The new 330-hp engine is available with rear-wheel drive in the new Panamera and all-wheel drive in the new Panamera 4 or Panamera 4 Executive.

The Panamera and Panamera 4 with 330 hp redefine what can be expected at one end of the model line.


The Panamera range now comprises nine different models with power outputs ranging from 330 to 550 hp. Deliveries for the 2017 Panamera 4S and Panamera Turbo will begin in January 2017.