Work on the next generation Porsche Panamera continues as the vehicle has been spied testing in Germany
Work on the next generation Porsche Panamera continues as the vehicle has been spied testing in Germany.
Spotted on the streets of Stuttgart, Germany, by WalkoART, the machine still wears camouflage, hiding its evolutionary design. The rear lights are covered, but at the beginning of the video you can see the headlights graphics in their production guise.
Spied countless time, the new Panamera is expected to hit the market in the second half of 2016. Based on the MSV platform, the luxury car is set to lose up to 200 lbs (91 kg) of its weight. The engine range hasn’t been confirmed yet, but Porsche chief engineer Wolfgang Hatz has suggested it will include new V6 and V8 engines.