This year’s range of Porsche Panamera trim levels starts at $92,400 MSRP, and if you’re willing to upgrade, you’ll have a total of two dozen different models to consider. Our comprehensive overview of the 2023 Porsche Panamera price list covers everything you need to know, but for now, you should be aware that the Panamera can be had in several different body styles, and with a wide variety of different powertrains. There’s the base model, the extended Executive model, the hatchback-style Sport Turismo, and the E-Hybrid—a PHEV with unique details. You’ll even be able to choose from an extraordinary range of color options.
Where performance is concerned, the Panamera leaves nothing to be desired. The base engine is a 325-hp V6, and all-wheel drive is optional right from the start. Stepping up to a 4S configuration will net you a 443-hp V6, as well as air suspension, so you can enjoy much more enjoyable drives through Los Angeles and Arcadia. GTS and Turbo models receive V8 engines with 473 hp and 620 hp, respectively.
Considering the Panamera E-Hybrid? You’ll have two options. The more accessible E-Hybrid offers a very impressive 542-hp output rating, and you can access up to 690 hp if you choose a Turbo S E-Hybrid model instead. Both offer an all-electric driving mode that can help you reduce your gas consumption, too.
Regardless of which model you decide to bring home, you’ll love what you find in the 2023 Porsche Panamera interior. As standard, this model includes Wireless Apple CarPlay®, wireless device charging, a 10-speaker audio system, a 12.3-inch touchscreen, and partial leather upholstery—among many other niceties. Upgrade for features including front seat ventilation, Bose® or Burmester® audio, quad-zone climate control, and even a rear-seat entertainment system.
The Porsche Panamera interior seats four passengers as standard, unless you opt for the five-passenger Sport Turismo model. Regardless of which configuration you choose, you’ll find that this model offers plenty of room for cargo—especially due to its standard split-folding rear seats. Sedan models offer up to 47.3 cubic feet for cargo, while Executive models have 52.6 cubic feet. Sport Turismo models sit in the middle, with up to 49.0 cubic feet of cargo space at maximum.
The Porsche Panamera has not been evaluated by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration—as is often true for high-end luxury vehicles. However, it does offer a wide range of safety and driver assistance features as standard. These include forward automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistance, and front/rear parking sensors. Blind spot monitoring, night vision, a surround-view camera system, and adaptive LED headlights become available with optional packages.
Our Pasadena dealership is easy to reach from anywhere near Glendale or Los Angeles, and we’d love to help you take the next steps on your new journey. While you’re here, start exploring our new Panamera inventory or get familiar with our current Panamera lease offers! When you’re ready, you can buy online or contact us to see this model in person.