German sports car manufacturer, Porsche manufacturer unveiled the new 2021 Panaroma on Wednesday.
The new Panel Turbo S replacing the basic Turbo model pulls a 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbo that produces 622 PS and 820 Nm of torque, 50 Nm more than the previous model.
The new Model Panel model is now equipped with a standard 2.9-liter V6 biturbo engine, delivering 330 PS and 450 Nm.
Porsche also offers the car a hybrid model in Continution to E-hybrid company vehicles. The Panamera 4S Hybrid offers 436 PS power with a 2.9 liter V6 with a combined output of 553 bhp and 750 Nm torch.
The Panamera now gets a more powerful battery that greatly improves performance and its overall range of power is now at 54 km.
The new Panaroma models are now equipped from the factory with an optional front-facing Sport Design front with a full-air air strike, a large open space opening, and a front light module.
The new rear end of the Panaroma Turbo S panel is separated by a subtle increase in the side air and newly designed exterior color, which is directly connected and thus emphasizes the car’s width. The light modules of the front Turbo headlights are now very fragmented.
The chassis and control systems have been designed for a sporty character and are also comfortable for all new Panera models. Some programs have worked perfectly from scratch.
What is being done is the redesigned Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) system is making significant improvements in eliminating comfort, while the control of the Prince Dynamic Chassis Control Sport (PDCC Sport) control system ensures physical stability. There is also a new generation of efficient control machines and tires.
The new Panelera Turbo S has already proven its unmistakable performance at Nürburgring Nordschleife: Test pilot Lars Kern finished the 20.832-kilometer race on the world’s most sought-after race track with a record 7: 29.81 record – a new official record in the “top cars” category.