new images of the second restyling surface


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Before giving way to a third generation, the second version of the Porsche Panamera should again go through the restyling box. In any case, this is confirmed by these stolen photos taken by our spy photographers in northern Sweden. The images show a Panamera prototype different from the current model driving around on snow. The car had already been spotted in the spring of 2021.

Currently in the testing phase, this new version of the Porsche Panamera features a new front bumper, with additional air intakes, especially above the location reserved for the license plate. Vertical LED lights – also used as indicator repeaters – are installed on either side of these air intakes. The profile does not seem to have been redrawn on these first images. The rectangular exhausts on the rear face are reminiscent of an entry-level version.

A slightly redesigned cabin?

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Porsche Panamera | The spyshots that reveal a second restyling
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Porsche Panamera (2022)Credit Photo – Automedia

These photos do not reveal the interior of the car, because the dashboard of this prototype was hidden by a cover according to our spy photographers. So it could mean that Porsche has something to hide, namely an update to the dashboard or the rest of the cabin. However, do not expect a revolution, the third generation of the car should logically bring its share of new features in a few years. No information on potential new engines has leaked for the moment. As a reminder, the Porsche Panamera had already undergone a facelift in 2020.

to summarize

Only two years after a first restyling, the second generation Porsche Panamera will undergo a new facelift. This is confirmed by these images stolen by our spy photographers in northern Sweden. The prototype pictured sports a different front bumper, with LED daytime running lights on the sides. And according to the findings of the photographers, the dashboard would be covered with a cover, which may suggest that Porsche is preparing a facelift for this part as well. The restyling of the Panamera could arrive in 2022 or 2023 in order to extend the career of the sedan for a few years.

Quentin Gueroult



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