An image posted to social media reveals the interior design of the next-generation Porsche Panamera.
The image was posted to the Instagram page of Porsche enthusiast site 911LegendsNeverDie and reveals most of the dash, the center console and steering wheel of the upcoming sedan.
Crucially, the interior is virtually identical to the one that will feature in the next-generation Porsche Cayenne.
Compared to the interior of the current Panamera, the new design benefits from a large center display screen that’s likely touch-sensitive. It means fewer buttons on the center console and overall looks fresh and modern. Also new are two giant cupholders instead of the current model’s single unit.
Other details we know about the new Panamera is that it will ride on a new modular platform known as the MSB, feature a smaller V-8 engine in Turbo and Turbo S variants, and offer a wagon bodystyle in addition to the sedan. The wagon will even be offered to customers in the United States, though it will trail the arrival of the sedan.
The new Panamera is due out later this year, as a 2017 model. It will likely debut in late September at the 2016 Paris Auto Show. The new Cayenne should follow by about a year.
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