Compare 2023 vs 2022 Porsche Panamera
|2023 Porsche Panamera
|2022 Porsche Panamera
|2.9L Turbocharged V6
|2.9L Turbocharged V6
Adaptive Cruise Control
2023 Porsche Panamera vs 2022 Porsche Panamera
Serving Farmington Hills, MI
In 2017, Porsche launched the second generation of its four-door Panamera. Since the second generation’s debut, the Panamera has benefited from several additional improvements to maximize its appeal among drivers in Farmington Hills and beyond. This sport sedan boasts exceptional power behind the wheel and all of the luxurious finishes and features you expect from a Porsche. Before making your next selection, take a moment to learn more about the updates made between the 2022 and 2023 model years.
The most notable difference between the 2022 Panamera and its 2023 counterpart is the introduction of adaptive cruise control as a standard feature in all trims. Several of the same powertrains are offered for both model years. These include a 325-horsepower, turbo 2.9-liter, V6 engine with rear-wheel drive and dual-clutch auto transmission. A more powerful, 443-horsepower version of this engine is available that comes with an air suspension. A plug-in hybrid V6 powertrain is offered that gives you 552 horsepower. Two other gas engines are standard in higher trims. These are V8 powertrains that produce 473 horsepower and 620 horsepower. At the top of the trim line, a hybrid turbo V8 engine yields 690 combined horsepower.
Throughout the façade, the Panamera’s good looks are unchanged. The sedan displays dramatic swoops over the roof and hood. These elements are combined with an aerodynamic, rounded nose that features a wraparound grille and large, powerful headlights with a teardrop shape. Premium air vents near the front fenders flare back across the door panels to reflect the Panamera’s exceptional power. Some trims come with a sport exhaust, up to 21-inch wheels, adaptive headlights, and other exterior gear.
There are no significant differences inside the cabin between the 2022 and 2023 Panamera trims. The lower trims sport leather material, a 10-speaker audio system, heated front seats, wired Android Auto, wireless Apple CarPlay, a navigation system, and other items. Higher Panamera trims add a Bose sound system with more speakers, a head-up display, heated rear seats, a sport steering wheel, an additional air conditioning system, a four-zone climate control system, and several more features.
Our Porsche Farmington Hills associates are always focused on customer satisfaction, so you can count on us to help you continue your comparison of the 2022 and 2023 Panamera and its trims in person when you stop by soon. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our Porsche experts.
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