Check out our rendering of the next generation Porsche Panamera

The Porsche Panamera was given a little makeover a few months ago, with new versions and an update of the plug-in hybrid variants, in particular the fastest, the Turbo S E-Hybrid, with now 700 equines under the right foot.

But recently, our spy photographers have again flushed out prototypes of Porsche Panamera, with a new front end, thus suggesting the arrival of a new generation, certainly by 2024.

Porsche Panamera (2023) spy photo

Porsche is particularly known for its long development times, and it is therefore quite logical that the engineers are already working on a new Panamera. The current one has been restyled for the 2021 model year and it should stay on the market for another two years.

Our colleagues at were kind enough to share with us an exclusive rendering of what the next generation Porsche Panamera could look like, obviously based on the few spy photos already available. It remains to be seen if the camouflaged prototypes play their role well and if they don’t just carry a current Panamera body to hide a real new Panamera, very different from the one we know today.

Porsche Panamera (2023) spy photo

However, as you can see, we are not expecting a radical change in silhouette. The dimensions should increase slightly for even more habitability, while the overhangs should be slightly shorter to give it an even sportier look.

The role of the electric sedan being attributed to the Taycan, the future Panamera should keep its famous thermal blocks. However, according to several rumors, all available powertrains should be plug-in hybrids. Thus, the Panamera Turbo S and its 4.0-liter bi-turbo V8 of 630 horsepower, devoid of hybridization, should live its last years of marketing.

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