Porsche Panamera

Short film ad for the Porsche Panamera combines fire and ice

Published by on Jan 7th, 2014, No Comments


If there is one way to ensure you get the most out of your marketing budget, it is to have a competition involved somewhere, somehow. And that is exactly what Porsche did for their new Panamera.

In an effort to produce a sleek, beautiful and highly creative advertisement, Porsche invited ten filmmakers to produce a short film for the Panamera that would serve as its commercial.

The tagline read: “Thrilling Contradictions”, which meant these ten filmmakers had to come up with a film that revolves around breathtaking contradictions. (more…)

Porsche Panamera Stretched Version in the Offing

Published by on Feb 16th, 2011, No Comments

Porsche is said to be developing a stretched variant of the Porsche Panamera. It will come with an extended wheel base. It is expected that the new version will offer more rear leg room as well as longer rear doors that boasts of wider aperture, altogether offering a comfortable drive.


Porsche Panamera Tuned by TECHART; Called GrandGT

Published by on Oct 29th, 2010, No Comments

After an extensive tuning job at the hands of the German tuner TECHART, the Porsche Panamera is now out as a version they are calling the GrandGT. Reports say that the newly tuned version will be seen in Switzerland next month at the Zurich Auto Show.


Bentley Readying Rapide, Panamera Rival

Published by on Oct 15th, 2010, No Comments

Bentley is on road to creating a rival to the Aston Martin Rapide.  The upcoming entry-level four-door coupe is said to be modelled  along those lines and is likely to be positioned on a platform just a tad below the Continental and Mulsanne.  Apart from the Rapide, the Bentley innovation is seen as gearing up to take on the Maserati Quattroporte and Porsche Panamera.


2011 Porsche Panamera Gets Brake Energy Recovery System

Published by on Jun 19th, 2010, 1 Comment

It doesn’t come in as a surprise that car manufacturers are trying to make their cars faster, yet more fuel efficient. A great example is the 2011 Porsche Panamara that has been announced to feature brake energy recovery systems as a standard on all future models.

2011 Porsche Panamera 4S

According to official numbers, the new tech is going to help the Porsche Panamera Turbo to reduce fuel consumption by 0.7-liters / 100 km. And add the new low roll-resistance, all-season 19-inch tires, and you’re going down another 0.2-liter / 100km. The new brake energy recuperation system is going to help the Panamera S and 4S models to increase their fuel efficiency by 0.5-liters / 100km.

Good job Porsche, we’ll now wait patiently for a V8 engine to actually go below the 10% fuel consumption. Think that’s possible?

Porsche Recalling 2010 Panamera Models for Seatbelt Defects

Published by on Apr 29th, 2010, No Comments

porsche panamera

Toyota will be heaving a huge sigh of relief knowing that other famous brands will also recall some of their vehicles. Joining the bandwagon, Porsche is going to recall 11,324 Panameras (2010 models) as the automobile manufacturer discovered a seat belt related flaw during internal testing. Porsche detailed that accelerating and reversing repeatedly could cause the seat-belt to release. While this is no major problem, Porsche intends to fix the Panameras when they are taken to a dealership for scheduled maintenance. I think we can start making bets to find out who’s next in the recall saga. Who do you think they are?

FAB Tunes the Porsche Panamera

Published by on Dec 15th, 2009, No Comments

Swiss tuning house FAB is a name normally associated with Mercedes but changing the convention. this time around, the crazy tuners have decided to work on the Porsche Panamera. On the outside, the FAB edition Panamera gets a new front end with larger air inlets, a circumferential front spoiler, new side skirting, a reworked rear spoiler, and not to miss the carbon fibre bonnet and the flared fenders. Special attention has been paid to aero dynamism and that is why a carbon fiber wing finds a place on the rear.

Fab Design Porsche Panamera 4

Handling of the car has been further enhanced by lowering the suspension. Under the hood is a 4.8-L turbo variant which subject to modifications can render up to 700 horses however the standard maximum sits at 500hp. FAB has hinted that it has more Porsche related products in the scheme of things for the future, the Panamera being just a beginning.

Mcchip Upgrades the Porsche Panamera

Published by on Nov 16th, 2009, 1 Comment

Porsche Panamera by Mcchip 1

The German tuners from Mcchip-dkr GmbH have developed a performance kit for the new Porsche Panamera providing an upgrade from 500 hp and 700 Nm of torque to 550 hp and 775 Nm. The chip tuning increases the Panamera’s top speed up to 311 km/h from the earlier 303 km/h, and costs some €1,499. Other than the chip tuning the folks from Mcchip also offer a new set of wheels from Cargraphic fitted with Continental performance tires. That new wheels and the tires costs €7,969 whereas a set of rims with Dunlop Sport tires has a price tag of €8,089. And if you were wondering, the semi-matte rim finish is priced as €179 per wheel.

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