So as the all-new V6-powered Porsche Panamera and Panamera 4 make their debut at the 2010 Beijing Motor Show, the company announced the pair’s official MSRP. They are priced at $74,400 and $78,900 respectively, which is a lot for a 300 hp 1.73 ton ugly four-door GT! But hey, you are buying a Porsche which comes with a Porsche badge and half a dozen of German superb engineering and quality.
The Panamera transmits its power to the road via the rear wheels, while the Panamera 4 comes standard with active all-wheel drive. U.S. models will include Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK), Porsche’s new and revolutionary seven-speed double-clutch gearbox, as standard equipment.
Other standard equipment includes an electric moonroof and power liftgate, the Porsche Communication Management (PCM) system with navigation, Bi-Xenon headlights, Bluetooth telephone connectivity, and the universal audio interface to connect an external audio source such as an iPod or a USB stick with the PCM system.
Now these variants might not be as quick and delicate as the V8 models, but they are much more economical and cleaner. They fully comply with Euro 5 standards.