With an MSRP of just under $100,000, the base Panamera Sport Turismo remains a disappointment in terms of performance. The all-new 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 has been detuned to deliver the same power output as the outgoing engine, which means it takes a leisurely five seconds to get to 60 mph. The 19-inch wheels work well with the body style, filling the arches without compromising the ride. The interior is both good and disappointing. Partial leather is not good enough at this price level, but the 12.3-inch touchscreen interface with wireless Apple CarPlay and wired Android Auto is excellent.
Head-Up Display, LED Headlights w/Porsche Dynamic Light System, Surround View, Porsche InnoDrive w/Adaptive Cruise Control
4-Zone Climate Control, LED Headlights w/Porsche Dynamic Light System, Ambient Lighting Plus, Ventilated Front Seats, Front & Rear Seat Heating, 14-Way Power Seats w/Memory Package, Soft Close Doors, Lane Change Assist (LCA), BOSE Surround Sound System, 14 loudspeakers w/subwoofer, 14 amplifier channels, a total output of 710 watts, BOSE Centerpoint 2 technology, AudioPilot noise compensation technology and BOSE SoundTrue enhancement technology
Sport Exhaust System w/Tailpipes in Silver, Sport Chrono Package, Rear Axle Steering w/Power Steering Plus