Not long after rumours of the Turbo S surfaced, Porsche has officially unveiled the car, spicing up what was already a very quick four-door. It will be making its live debut in New York later this month.
Reports suggest that Porsche could launch a range-topping Panamera Turbo S next month, with a live debut set for either the New York or Shanghai auto show.
Porsche has announced that they will be providing the official safety car and emergency response vehicles for the 2011 American Le Mans Series.
Porsche recently announced that 22,518 Panameras were sold in the car’s first year on the market.
Porsche has announced a personalization program for the Panamera, including a 40hp power boost for the Panamera Turbo, called the Panamera Turbo Powerkit.
Porsche is set to recall 11,324 Panameras worldwide, or all the examples ever sold, to fix a theoretical problem with the front seat belts. 3,176 units are located in the US.
The World Car of the Year jury has announced their top 10 finalists for 2010. The top 3 will be announced in Geneva, while the actual awards will be given out at the New York International Auto Show.
A report indicates that Porsche is planning several new models within the next 4 years.