Compare 2020 Porsche Panamera vs 2019 Porsche Panamera
|2020 Porsche Panamera||2019 Porsche Panamera|
|3.0L Turbo V6||3.0L Turbo V6|
|19/27 *||19/27 *|
2020 Porsche Panamera vs 2019 Porsche Panamera
Serving Farmington Hills, MI
If you crave the power and luxury of a Porsche and need the space and conveniences of a full-size car, focus your attention on the Porsche Panamera. After its debut in 2010, the Panamera has benefited from substantial improvements, and this includes a major generational update in 2017. Our customers at Porsche of Farmington Hills often inquire about the updates to the 2020 Panamera. Detailed comparison of the 2019 and 2020 Panamera can inspire you to pick out a new car from our inventory that lives up to your high expectations.
Porsche is well-known for the stellar performance capabilities of its cars, so it is not surprising to learn that the Panamera’s powertrains and mechanical features are unchanged, stepping into the 2020 model year. The lower Panamera trims are powered by a V6, twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter engine that is capable of producing up to 330 horsepower. Its acceleration up to 60 miles per hour is achieved in 5.3 seconds. If you prefer a top Panamera trim, your car will be equipped with a V6, twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter engine. With 440 horsepower, it reaches cruising speed in only 4.2 seconds. These powertrains are combined with superior suspension systems and other advanced mechanical gear to impress you each time you take your Panamera out for a spin.
All Panamera trims for 2019 carry into the new model year, and some of these trims are available with an exclusive 10 Years Edition package. If you take advantage of this package, your Panamera will have special badging to celebrate the Panamera’s anniversary. For 2019 and 2020, all Panamera trims blend sports car design elements with the body of a full-size sedan. This is accomplished with Porsche’s signature nose and headlights on the front end. Above the grille, the hood arches dramatically into a flat hood. Aerodynamics receives a boost from a sharp incline across the windshield. The sedan has a fastback-like appearance due to a swooping roof. Some trims have a liftgate spoiler, and all trims show off a side air vent with a dramatic contour line flowing from the vent toward the rear.
Special badging in the 10 Year Edition is found inside the Panamera. All other styling elements and features are unchanged on a trim-by-trim basis. Regardless of whether you head home in the 2019 or 2020 Panamera, your full-size luxury sedan will have heated seats, leather interior with sport front seats, a digital panel for the driver’s gauges, an entertainment system in the rear row, touch display screens to control the 4-zone auto climate control feature in both rows, a Burmester or optional Bose sound system, a panoramic sunroof and numerous other features.
Our team of auto experts at Porsche of Farmington Hills is ready to demonstrate the Panamera’s capabilities across its available powertrains and to assist with your selection of the perfect new car for you from our current inventory. Please make plans to stop by Porsche of Farmington Hills today, or contact us now to make an appointment with a member of our sales team.
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