Porsche's first ever four-door sedan, the Porsche Panamera (http://www.motorwerksporsche.com/
The design was unique and the size could be seen as the middle ground of a full-size or mid-size luxury sedan; however, the ample two-person backseat and cargo space underneath proved, along with ultra-plush leather and innovative technological conveniences, that it was a memorable model.
Porsche CEO Matthias Muller spoke to Focus magazine about the upcoming car that's the "smaller version" of the Panamera. The vehicle has been on the drawing board for a while now, and keeping to its roots, it will still be a four-door. Porsche hopes that it will make the brand have a more prominent entry into the mainstream auto market.
Details are not yet confirmed about the exact differences between the older Panamera version and the new one being designed right now, but it's expected to still be able to compete with other leading luxury brands like Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, and BMW. Muller claims the new model will be greater than 50,000 euros on the domestic market, which converts to about $66,400 dollars.
By 2018 Porsche wants to sell 200,000 vehicles, which many claim an ambitious well-wished feat. But if there is one thing about Porsche, it's that nothing is impossible with this luxury brand's vehicles.
Drivers who are interested in the Panamera are encouraged to contact Motor Werks Porsche of Barrington (http://www.motorwerksporsche.com/