Porsche means one thing for sure: uniqueness. Every sports car they manufacture is different from any other sports cars existent on the market. Creating a car signifies true art, each one of them having an own story, an own ideal and special characteristics. The German brand is so well developed that although the name of Porsche can be associated to anything but low fuel consumption, it managed to demolish this myth and this year it has revealed the new 2014 Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid. Well, now they have just introduced the Turbo S version of the same vehicle.
The Porsche Panamera Turbo S is powered by a V8 4.8-liter twin-turbo engine producing 590 HP (424 kW). This means that the vehicle is more powerful than its predecessor. It has received new turbochargers with a larger compressor improving air flow and combustion which enables the power boost. The range-topping Panamera needs 3.6 seconds to reach 60 mph (96 km/h) before reaching a maximum speed of 192 mph (309 km/h). The most important change coming with this vehicle is its longer wheelbase which is extended by 5.9 inches (150mm). This can only mean one thing: more room inside the cabin for the passengers.
The Porsche Panamera Turbo S features an updated front bumper with bigger air intakes and reimagined LED headlights. The back of the car has a larger window, as well as a body-colored four-way spoiler and an updated bumper. The car will have its official debut at the Tokyo Motor Show next month and the pricing begins at 180,300 USD for the Turbo S and from 200,500 USD for the Turbo S Executive. These prices do not take into account the delivery charges.
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