Launched in the United States in October of 2009, Porsche's revolutionary Panamera Gran Turismo reached its 25,000 production milestone in short order in July 2010.
The early success of Porsche's first new model line in seven years was predictable, as the German automaker essentially created a completely new vehicle concept: a true four-door Porsche sports car unique to anything else on the road.
Unlike its competitors, it was not based on the platform of an exsisting model or merely a highly tuned version of a sibling model. The Panamera was built from the ground up to provide Porsche driving dynamics and performance while simultaneously surrounding its occupants in luxury and comfort.
New for 2011, Porsche has added two Panamera models to its Gran Turismo range Ð the 300-horsepower (hp) 2011 Panamera and Panamera 4 -- both powered by a brand-new sixcylinder developed and built by Porsche. This addition increases the Panamera range of offerings to five models.
Also this year all Panameras now come equipped with Bluetooth hands-free phone interface and a universal audio interface that provides connections for a MP3 player that can be controlled through Porsche's Communication Management system. Additionally, the Panamera and Panamera 4 will come standard with PCM and Bi- Xenon headlights.
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