How the Autoblog staff would configure the 2017 Porsche Panamera
1 July 2016
Building a Porsche Panamera we actually want to own
The redesigned 2017 Porsche Panamera is lovely, and naturally, we're all very eager to drive it. But while we're going to be stuck waiting a little while to get behind the wheel, Porsche has launched a configurator to tide us over.
The layout is the same as past Porsche builders, but in a few important ways it's different. There are a lot of silly features, but most of the stuff that made Porsche's options catalog so easily mockable is gone on the 2017 Panamera no leather-lined HVAC vent slats here. That doesn't mean the Panamera has magically gotten affordable the most expensive example we configured is nearly $194,000, and that's not the limit. For now, you have your choice of the 4S (starting price $100,950) and the Turbo (from $147,950). Check out Autoblog's Panameras in the gallery.