Porsche is still thinking about a two-door version of the PanameraSeptember 3, 2020
Porsche has admitted that it is still trying to launch a coupe variant of the Panamera. This article presents a render of a similar rendition of a popular German fastback from an independent artist.
During a recent conversation with Australia’s Which Car, Porsche Panamera VP of Product Lineup Thomas Frimuth said the German automaker is indeed considering a two-door version of the model.
“We have not yet finally decided on this idea. We have been discussing this topic for several years, as you understand, because our competitors also have two-door cars, ”he said. “We are not yet ready to decide whether the Panamera will be a coupe or not.”
The two-door variant of the Panamera could be a worthy competitor to the Bavarian BMW 8-Series Coupe.
These images of the Porsche Panamera coupe were taken by independent designer Theophilus Chin. Mr. Freemouth seems to be in no rush to build such a car either, stating that “we [Porsche] have a nice two-door car in our lineup … it’s called the 911.”
Regardless of what Porsche plans to do with the Panamera Coupe, the plug-in hybrid Turbo S E-Hybrid, which will be the most powerful in the model family, is not far off. This model is expected to combine a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 petrol engine producing 621 hp. and an electric motor providing an additional 134 hp. With a total power output of up to 750 hp, the car is the perfect match for the upcoming Mercedes-AMG GT 73 Plug-In Hybrid.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that a Porsche W Triposto with a driver’s seat in the middle appeared on sale. The Canadian studio Wingho Auto on Thursday, September 3, put up for sale an exclusive sports car called the W Triposto, which was built on a Porsche 964 chassis.
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