Ahead of its full reveal later this month, Porsche has teased the interior of the new Panamera and it boasts a driver-centred cockpit with plenty of screens.
The G3 Panamera is close to its debut, taking place on the 24th of November. The German automaker has given a glimpse of the interior, allowing potential customers to acquaint themselves with their potential new workspace.
Familiar with the popular Cayenne SUV, the Panamera features most of the same hardware. It features a 12,6-inch curved driver display, a 12,3-inch central touchscreen, and a 10,9-inch passenger screen (which uses a special film so it can’t be seen from the driver’s seat).
The Panamera offers a more enclosed feel than the Cayenne, with the center console and its physical climate control switches positioned conveniently close to the driver’s hand and affirming the driver-centred cockpit mantra. The center console also boasts a larger storage bin and aligning with current trends, the gear selector has now been placed behind the steering wheel.
With “the perfect balance between analogue and digital elements” in the “high quality and extremely sporty interior ambience,” Porsche emphasizes that the new-gen Panamera featuring proper switches and toggles on the steering wheel instead of the often criticized haptic touch elements. The inclusion of an analogue clock on top of the dash adds a classic touch.
Also mentioned is that the model will feature a leather-free interior option which opts for materials like Race-Tex andPepita fabric, a first for the moniker.
Stay tuned for a full driving impression before the end of the month!