Porsche Panamera caravan in northern Sweden with surprise. The third generation of the sports sedan of the German brand have surprised our special envoys. These spy photos show the new model that will arrive in 2024 with interesting details.
We should see this third-generation model arrive for the 2024 model year.
The redesigned Panamera will stick with the MSB platform that debuted in the second-generation Panamera and also underpins Bentley’s Continental and Flying Spur models, but it will likely boast an updated range of powertrains. While more power is a given, the updates to the powertrains are expected to focus on reduced emissions across the board, as well as a combination of increased range and reduced charging times for plug-in hybrid powertrains.
There will be changes to the styling, though this will be subtle, as is normally the case for Porsches. In particular, the headlights can clearly be seen to feature a squarer shape, a change that will also feature on an updated Cayenne due out soon. A new interior design is also planned.
Porsche Panamera Spied Testing With Center-Lock Wheels
Center-lock wheels are the biggest change along the sides. There are panels around the corner intakes in the lower fascia. They feature 10 spokes at the hub that split into a Y shape at the rim. Behind them, slotted brake discs and red calipers are visible.
Porsche appears to be working on a hotter version of its Panamera sedan. A leaked image shows a much more aggressive design for the front fascia and rear bumper. The new generation reportedly launches in the third quarter of 2023 and goes on sale in 2024.