> Updated Porsche Panamera expected to be revealed this year
> Revised interior and exterior styling
> YesAuto’s spy shots show test mule cold-weather testing
> Prices expected to be around £73,000
The Panamera has gone on to be an established part of the Porsche family. This low-slung executive missile comes in just about every flavour imaginable, but it is starting to get a bit long in the tooth sat next to newer cars such as the Taycan.
Our spy photographers have caught a mysterious Panamera testing in the snow. We highly suspect that this car is an updated model with tweaked visuals and an all-new interior.
This particular Panamera mule is likely a Turbo S E-Hybrid, something denoted by larger intakes and a charging port. It’ll retain its twin-turbocharged V8 engine and electric motor, but the output is expected to increase from today’s 690bhp.
You can also expect these revisions to extend throughout the Panamera lineup meaning the 4, 4S, E-Hybrid, GTS, Turbo S and associated Sport Turismo models should get the same treatment.
There’s also speculation of a new Turbo GT car.
2023 Porsche Panamera: when will it be on sale?
We expect the updated Panamera will surface at some point this year, with deliveries beginning at the tail-end or early 2023.
Considering the vast size of the Panamera and Sport Turismo range, the extensive list of models will be rolled out continuously, culminating in the rumoured Turbo GT.
This car appears to be an extensive update, and so buyers should expect a small uplift on current pricing. We anticipate the range starting at around £73,000 with the top of the range Turbo S E-Hybrid climbing to £145,000.