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The Porsche Panamera is entering its third generation for 2024, and while it was first introduced in non-hybrid Panamera and Panamera 4 form, the sedan has now added two additional plug-in models. Joining the existing Turbo E-Hybrid that debuted last year are the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid and 4S E-Hybrid, bringing the number of electrified Panamera trims up to three. And that will eventually grow to four, with the arrival of a range-topping Turbo S E-Hybrid model later on.


Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid

Is The Porsche Panamera A Hybrid

A 2.9 liter V6 powers both new E-Hybrid models, though output varies. On the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid, the combustion engine is turned to deliver 300 hp, which totals up to a combined 463 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque when adding in the electric motors. Compared to the previous generation, this E-Hybrid adds 8 horses to its stable. Meanwhile, the more powerful 4S E-Hybrid delivers a grand total of 536 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque, with 348 hp coming from the engine alone. However, this represents a decrease of as much as 16 hp. Both variants still pack an electric motor inside the PDK transmission, now contributing 187 hp to each model's total output.


Acceleration times for the 4S E-Hybrid actually go unchanged compared to last year, making it to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Meanwhile, the 4 E-Hybrid improves by 0.3 second, with a 0-60 time of 3.9 seconds. Top speeds stand at 180 mph and 174 mph, respectively.


Juicing up the motors is a new 25.9 kWh battery pack, which grows considerably compared to last year's 17.9 kWh pack. Porsche hasn't provided any estimates for electric-only range, though this huge growth in battery size should result in some much-improved figures. The previous Panamera E-Hybrid models lasted for 19 miles on electric power only, so the bar is rather low here. An 11 kW onboard charger comes with each new plug-in Panamera, though charging up the battery will take over two hours.


Is The Porsche Panamera A Hybrid

All 2024 Panamera E-Hybrid models offer plenty in the way of standard equipment, including Matrix LED lights, soft-close doors, 14-way seating adjustment, a heated steering wheel, and Lane Change Assist. Two-chamber air springs and PASM adaptive dampers are marked as standard as well, though you can also upgrade to Porsche's fancier Active Ride system with an electrically-powered hydraulic pump. This lets the vehicle raise or lower itself on demand, and body roll around corners is said to be reduced.


In terms of styling, the 4 E-Hybrid starts things off with black brake calipers and a set of lowly 19-inch wheels. A trip to Porsche's pricey options list will fix that, however, as will a jump to the 4S E-Hybrid, where the extra power is accompanied by larger 20-inch wheels with either a red or light green finish for the 10-piston brake calipers.


As for pricing, these hybrid sedans don't come cheap. The Panamera 4 E-Hybrid begins at a steep $115,500 (excluding the $1,995 destination charge), while the 4S E-Hybrid raises the mark to $126,800. Order books will open at the end of March, before U.S. deliveries begin this fall.


Image Credits: Porsche
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Mar 1, 2024
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Porsche Reveals Two New E-Hybrid Variants For 2024 Panamera

The Panamera 4 E-Hybrid and 4S E-Hybrid will arrive this fall with prices north of $100,000.

The Porsche Panamera is entering its third generation for 2024, and while it was first introduced in non-hybrid Panamera and Panamera 4 form, the sedan has now added two additional plug-in models. Joining the existing Turbo E-Hybrid that debuted last year are the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid and 4S E-Hybrid, bringing the number of electrified Panamera trims up to three. And that will eventually grow to four, with the arrival of a range-topping Turbo S E-Hybrid model later on.


Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid

Is The Porsche Panamera A Hybrid

A 2.9 liter V6 powers both new E-Hybrid models, though output varies. On the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid, the combustion engine is turned to deliver 300 hp, which totals up to a combined 463 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque when adding in the electric motors. Compared to the previous generation, this E-Hybrid adds 8 horses to its stable. Meanwhile, the more powerful 4S E-Hybrid delivers a grand total of 536 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque, with 348 hp coming from the engine alone. However, this represents a decrease of as much as 16 hp. Both variants still pack an electric motor inside the PDK transmission, now contributing 187 hp to each model's total output.


Acceleration times for the 4S E-Hybrid actually go unchanged compared to last year, making it to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Meanwhile, the 4 E-Hybrid improves by 0.3 second, with a 0-60 time of 3.9 seconds. Top speeds stand at 180 mph and 174 mph, respectively.


Juicing up the motors is a new 25.9 kWh battery pack, which grows considerably compared to last year's 17.9 kWh pack. Porsche hasn't provided any estimates for electric-only range, though this huge growth in battery size should result in some much-improved figures. The previous Panamera E-Hybrid models lasted for 19 miles on electric power only, so the bar is rather low here. An 11 kW onboard charger comes with each new plug-in Panamera, though charging up the battery will take over two hours.


Is The Porsche Panamera A Hybrid

All 2024 Panamera E-Hybrid models offer plenty in the way of standard equipment, including Matrix LED lights, soft-close doors, 14-way seating adjustment, a heated steering wheel, and Lane Change Assist. Two-chamber air springs and PASM adaptive dampers are marked as standard as well, though you can also upgrade to Porsche's fancier Active Ride system with an electrically-powered hydraulic pump. This lets the vehicle raise or lower itself on demand, and body roll around corners is said to be reduced.


In terms of styling, the 4 E-Hybrid starts things off with black brake calipers and a set of lowly 19-inch wheels. A trip to Porsche's pricey options list will fix that, however, as will a jump to the 4S E-Hybrid, where the extra power is accompanied by larger 20-inch wheels with either a red or light green finish for the 10-piston brake calipers.


As for pricing, these hybrid sedans don't come cheap. The Panamera 4 E-Hybrid begins at a steep $115,500 (excluding the $1,995 destination charge), while the 4S E-Hybrid raises the mark to $126,800. Order books will open at the end of March, before U.S. deliveries begin this fall.


Image Credits: Porsche

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