Porsche Panamera Turbo

Porsche Panamera Turbo 2022 Price in Malaysia

  • Segment Luxury
  • BodyType Wagon
  • Transmission -
  • Capacity - L
  • Horsepower 1 PS
  • Seats 4
  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Comusmption
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    Porsche Panamera Turbo – Overview

    When first launched in 2010, the Porsche Panamera opened up the figurative high-performance doors of the marque to a whole new audience, and its success has since silenced detractors and die-hard Porsche purists alike. In 2017, a new generation was unveiled with the chassis number 971, and the entire range has been given an update in 2020.

    As for latest Porsche Panamera Turbo, there are 2 engine options that can be matched to 3 body styles. The Porsche Panamera Turbo S is the ‘entry’ model now, and it has a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, while the one above it is the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid that has the same engine paired to an electric engine for more oomph.

    These 2 powertrain options can come in 3 body styles. The normal Panamera is a liftback saloon with no designation, while the Executive is the same body with a longer wheelbase, and the Sport Turismo is an estate (sometimes called a wagon or a shooting-brake). 

  • Exterior

    Porsche Panamera Turbo – Exterior

    As mentioned above, there are now three body styles across the entire Porsche Panamera range, not just for the halo Turbo models. However, these three are, by and large, pretty much the same in terms of exterior accoutrements. Unlike the previous hatchback-like rear end of the previous Porshe Panamera, the second-gen car has a sharper tail and upper bumper which closely resembles the Porsche 911, and can be considered a liftback saloon, if it really must be pigeon-holed.

    As for the Sport Turismo, it is unmistakably an estate or a shooting-brake body. All Turbo models have larger side intakes in front, and there are elements here with a splash of exterior colour to elevate the look. The light modules here are also further apart from one another, and together with exterior-coloured elements, lend to the visual affect of a wider car. 

    At the rear is a now familiar light strip that has beautifully adorned the rumps of recent Porsches. On the standard and Executive Porsche Panamera Turbos, four round exhausts are featured, but on the Sport Turismo, theses outlets have a squared shape. Aside from custom colours, the luxury saloons have 17 exterior colour options, as well as 3 20-inch, and 20 21-inch wheel options.


    Dimensions Porsche Panamera Turbo Sedan | Executive | Sport Turismo
     Length  5,049 | 5,199 | 5,049 mm
     Width  1,937 mm
     Height  1,427 | 1,427 | 1,432 mm
     Wheelbase  2,950 | 3,100 | 2,950 mm



     

  • Interior

    Porsche Panamera Turbo – Interior

    There’s no denying the Porshe DNA inherent in this luxury saloon. The cabin is driver-focused and the pilot sits low in the seat. There’s a lot of space both in front and back, and the Executive models will add even more legroom. All this space extends to cargo as well – this saloon has the largest trunk in its class at almost 500 litres.

    Every bit of the interior looks worthy of its stratospheric price tag – in Malaysia the pre-facelift model starts at RM1.55 million – and even in standard form, the materials and design are already luxurious. However, as with any Porsche, the options are almost limitless, like leather-trimmed air conditioning vents, and even a fire extinguisher. 

    There are also practical options, like ventilated seats, soft-close doors, and four-zone climate control. For drivers who want a little more support, there is an option for a set of 18-way adjustable sport seats. Unlike the Porsches of scant few years ago, the new generation of cars from the carmaker has shunned the button-filled centre console of the previous cars. Instead, all new vehicles from the marque have a minimalist dashboard, with an equally austere centre tunnel.

     Visually, the design is highly pleasing and lends to the overall elevated atmosphere in here. However, this means that the infotainment system is a solely touch-based system, which is, as we all know, finicky to use especially when the car is moving.

  • Features

    Porsche Panamera Turbo – Features

    This infotainment touchscreen display is a 12.3-inch screen in the centre of the dash, and the latest update, Porsche Communication Management (PCM) 6.0 adds Android Auto compatibility on top of the existing Apple CarPlay compatibility. The previous complaints were the complicated functions of the system, as well as a lack of wireless charging. Thankfully, the most recent update in 2021 has corrected both. 

    The car’s digital driver display can also sync with the infotainment display to show things like maps and more, which is pretty nifty. Other optional comfort-based features that are good to have are the soft-close doors mentioned above, a USB-C port for the rear passengers, and Porsche Rear Seat Entertainment would also be geat to have, especially for cars in Executive format.

    Sadly, for a car of this calibre (and asking price), many advanced driver assistance technologies do not come standard, and it only comes with forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking. Other features are optional extras, like adaptive cruise control, ParkAssist with Surround View, Night View Assist, and Lane Change Assist.

  • Powertrain

    Porsche Panamera Turbo – Powertrain

    Under the long sculpted hood of these super saloons is a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8. In the Porsche Panamera Turbo S, the plant makes 630 PS at 6,000 rpm, and 820 Nm of torque between 2,300-4,500 rpm. As for the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid, the total combined system output is 700 PS and 870 Nm of torque. 

    The V8 here makes 571 PS at 6,000 rpm and 770 Nm between 2,100-4,100 rpm, while the electric motor is good for 100 kW (136 PS) and 400 Nm of torque. In both cars, the power units are mated to Porsche’s venerable 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, and power is sent to all four wheels. Morever, rear-wheel steering is found in both variants as well.

    As the cars at the top of the Porsche Panamera range, both also have PCCB as standard. The front has 10-piston aluminium monobloc fixed brake calipers and four-piston aluminium monobloc fixed brake calipers at the rear, with internally vented and cross-drilled 420 mm discs in front and 410 mm at the rear.

  • Driving Performance

    Porsche Panamera Turbo – Driving Performance

    With the optional Sport Chrono pack specified, these are the benchmark figures for both variants. 

    • Porsche Panamera Turbo S | 0-100 km/h in 3.1 s | 0-200 km/h in 11.2 s | Top speed is limited to 315 km/h
    • Porsche Panmera Turbo S E-Hybrid | 0-100 km/h in 3.3 s | 0-200 km/h in 11.2 s | Top speed is limited to 315 km/h

    There’s no major upheaval from the first gen to this Porsche Panamera Turbo, and instead the marque has optimised all components necessary for a satisfying drive. Damping and electronics have been upgraded, and together with a steering control system taken from a 911, it makes for a very precise and progressive front end. The big saloon is easier to place on the road, giving the driver more confidence, which results in an entertaining driving experience. 

  • Ride Comfort

    Porsche Panamera Turbo – Ride Comfort

    A luxurious super saloon must also do the luxury saloon bit very well, and the Porsche Panamera Turbo delivers. It rides on air suspension, and even in Sports Plus the vehicle has just the right amount of damping to be firm but comfortable, which is a step forward from the previous gen’s car, which erred to the side of unwieldy and large. 

    On the variant with electric help, the car can even pootle around town on electricity alone in peace and quiet to replicate the Taycan experience. These Porsche Panamera Turbo models also come with rear-wheel steering and this makes the big car feel, well, smaller, and thus easy to manoeuevre around tight spaces.

  • Fuel Comusmption

    Porsche Panamera Turbo – Fuel Economy

    Here are the consumption and emission figures for both variants of the Porsche Panamera Turbo.

    • Porsche Panamera Turbo S | combined : 10.8-10.7 l/100km | combined : 247-245 g/km
    • Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid | combined : 2.8 l/100km | combined : 63 g/km | electricity consumption combined : 22.7 kWh/100km
  • Conclusion

    Porsche Panamera Turbo – Conclusion

    Though there are many super saloons that are like it, the Porsche Panamera Turbo is really unique. After all, how many saloons with 700 PS have this liftback saloon shape? It does not go all in on the performance aspect, and neither does it do so on luxury. 

    However, as a blend of both, the Porsche Panamera Turbo is matched only by its fully electrified stablemate, the Porsche Taycan. This latest generation in its most current iteration even took away the bluntness of the previous cars and added agility into the mix, which further enhances the excellent overall appeal of the Porsche Panamera Turbo.

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  • Is Porsche Panamera Panamera Turbo available in Auto Parking?

    No, Porsche Panamera Panamera Turbo isn't available in Auto Parking.

  • Is Porsche Panamera Panamera Turbo available in Auto Wipers?

    No, Porsche Panamera Panamera Turbo isn't available in Auto Wipers.

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    No, Porsche Panamera Panamera Turbo isn't available in Front Foglamps.

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