Now: Porsche Panamara Teaser; Real Thing Months Away


We’re used to getting teaser photos from manufacturers trying to generate hype for a new model. We ran such shots of the 2010 Mustang last week, for example. They showed small parts of the car, but nothing that would give away its overall look.

This morning comes Porsche’s attempt at such a tease. The Panamara Gran Turismo is the first four-door Porsche sedan ever produced, and it will go on sale in the fall of 2009. It won’t even be fully unveiled until next spring, we’d guess at the New York auto show or beforehand, online.

The image shows the front end of the car, but it’s the car’s full profile that is the most distinguished part of the Panamera GT. The front end is much more reminiscent of Porsche’s current lineup, which is deliberately present in the photo. A larger version is below.

Porsche has also launched a microsite on the web for potential owners to sign up and get updates. 



By David Thomas | September 15, 2008 | Comments (7)
Tags: Porsche


The Panamera GT is still months away from being unveiled and a price probably won't follow for the U.S. until summer 09. It will be around $100K from what I understand.


Thanks Dave


My favorite is the one with the rest of the line up looking as though they are waiting also.


I'm pretty sure that rear shot is a 911, but am always open to being corrected.

I checked all the 911 back ends. It did not look like any of them in regards to the taillights and wings.

I guess it is a GT2 (i just looked at the 911 and cayman), but the proportions are very odd in the up close images. My bad.

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