Stuttgart. The Porsche Panamera has won the Internet Auto Award in the higher and luxury class. Users of Internet portal AutoScout24 gave pride of place to the Gran Turismo for the second time since 2010.
Dr. Gernot Döllner, Director Product Line Panamera, accepted the evening award on behalf of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart at the Geneva Motor Show. “The Panamera offers the ideal combination of sportiness and practicality,” said
Dr. Döllner. “With a choice of nine different Panamera models, we offer a model diversity unrivalled by any other competitor in this segment,” Dr. Döllner continued.
The offering comprises economical six-cylinder vehicles, a particularly fuel-efficient diesel and a full-hybrid version, which can be driven on purely electric power. These are complemented by the sporty S, GTS, Turbo or Turbo S models. The power range extends from 250 hp to 550 hp. The Panamera is available with rear or all-wheel drive, manual transmission, eight-speed automatic transmission or Porsche-Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK).
Europe’s largest Internet public award offered a choice of 351 models in ten vehicle categories. Approximately 162,000 online users from eight European countries took part in the ballot.
Note: Images of the Panamera can be obtained by accredited journalists from the Porsche press database at the Internet address: http://presse.porsche.de/.
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