Indepth Car Review: Porsche Panamera FULL REVIEW Hybrid Executive test driven 2017/2018 new neu – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Porsche Panamera FULL REVIEW Hybrid Executive test driven 2017/2018 new neu – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Porsche Panamera FULL REVIEW Hybrid Executive test driven 2017/2018 new neu – Autogefühl



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26 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Porsche Panamera FULL REVIEW Hybrid Executive test driven 2017/2018 new neu – Autogefühl”

  1. Absolutely informative and the photography is excellent. I wish there were closed captions because in some very important parts the speaker's voice gets so mumbled that I could not at all understand what he was saying.

  2. Hi Thomas, excellent review. i'm really considering the executive over the standard wheelbase. I have a question that hopefully you can answer since my local porsche dealer does not have the executive model in the showroom for me to see. Does the executive edition with the large rear console (tray tables) allow the rear seats to be folded down for additional trunk space? it is my understanding the rear centre console with the tables and storage does not fold down or move out of the way. I would like to know if it is a 40/20/40 arrangement where just the seats can be folded down. thank you very much thomas!

  3. Porsche says "E-Power mode ensures an intense, purely electric driving experience with zero fuel consumption and local emissions, e.g. when driving through town. If you need more power, the combustion engine will be switched on." Maybe for whatever reason, the car thinks you always need more power?

  4. You give superb reviews! Thank you for the detailed information that you give. I am seriously considering getting a Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo. But I was worried about what happened at the 27:45 (and between 33 and 35 min) mark in this video, in which you were in E-Power mode and the V6 engine stayed on; you commented on that, not understanding it. Have you asked Porsche? Is this a bug? I seem to recall this having happened to me when I test-drove a 2016 Panamera S E-Hybrid (with the meter indicating that the battery was 50% charged, not near empty), and I wonder if it's a general problem? The whole point of this electric option would be — it seems to me — that you can get only electric when you want only electric (such as in a city that requires that, or in a neighborhood where you want to be quiet).

  5. It seems to me that Porsche should make a super GT with this engine in a 2 seat 2 door coupe version of this Panamera to complete with the top of the line Ferrari front engine cars. Increase the horsepower to 800+…make it even more luxurious. Price it at about half the price of a 918…and claim the title of the best GT in the world.

  6. Does this dude needs a speech coach and a native speaker ( American, Australian, British or South-African ) script writer? No translator! Also stick to the METRIC measurement. It's tiring to listen to you conversions. BTW, the Americans are going metric ( inch x inch) They need practice! "Alles Klar Herr Kommissar!" Bangkok-Johnny AUTO Editor Pattaya Today Life & Leisure

  7. Very useful review to have an idea of the Porsche's plug in hybrid functioning, my main question would be the part of connecting the car, I do not have place at home to connect it, does it makes sense for me in such case? I actually live in Brussels, a city that displays some efforts in the electric and hybrid vehicles incentives and adjustments for the future. Thank you in advance if you have any advice.

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