5. Inside it’s all luxury
The Panamera S starts at $93,200 which is a few thousand dollars cheaper than the E-Hybrid. From here virtually every Panamera option is available including the long-wheelbase Executive model. Our test vehicle was set up as a mini-limousine with options like the heated and cooled rear seats. Being a proper hatchback, trunk space is generous at 15.7 cubic feet.
The opulent luxury stuffed in this cabin makes the quick Panamera one of the sportiest luxury sedans in the segment. It is just not a four-door sports car like the GTS or Panamera Turbo are, but doesn’t cost anywhere near their prices either.
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