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Friday, September 21, 2007

Spyshot: Porsche Panamera Coupé?

The Porsche Panamera is scheduled to arrive in 2009 but fellow Porsche fanatic Berend already saw it on the road covered with tape! "In my mirror I see something what looks like a Porsche. Or a Ferrari?" While driving his own Porsche 928 on the A31 in Germany, he was passed by this Panamera carrying a license plate from Luxembourg. Could this be the first Panamera on Luxembourg plates? Why is it actually carrying these plates while the car hasn't officially been presented to the public?

According to the person who made the picture, the car had two doors instead of four. Might this be the coupé version already?

In case you're interested in Porsches new family car, you can choose from three different engines. The 3.5L V6 from Volkswagen will produce around 300 bhp. Porsche will use their own engines for the remaining two versions. You might think about the V8 with around 350 bhp and a massive double turbocharged V8 engine with 560 bhp. Rumours say the Panamera will also get the V10 from the Carrera GT which produces 700 bhp. Can you imagine 700 bhp in a four-door-Porsche?

Porsche says that the Panamera will have the Mercedes CLS and Aston Martin Rapide as its competition.


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