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Monday, January 29, 2007

Porsche Panamera spy shots!

For the past time Porsche has been testing it's new 2009 model, the Panamera. The Panamera will be the first 4-door-sportcoupé. If you're about 1.85 meters in height, you'll still be able to fit in the back! Porsche is hoping that the Panamera buyers will not be current Porsche drivers but is hoping to get some customers from Mercedes, Maserati and Bentley.

Porsche is hoping to build 20.000 cars a year but it can easily be increased to 50.000 if they stop building the Cayenne, which would be a pity.




Thanks to Autozeitung

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