Porsche has started its official teaser campaign for the second-generation Panamera.
The car is expected to debut at this September’s 2016 Paris Auto Show and go on sale shortly after as a 2017 model.
The teaser video doesn’t show much but a separate image also released by Porsche shows the taillight design. The taillights feature a strip of LEDs that spans the width of the car. A similar motif is used on some 911 variants.
2017 Porsche Panamera spy shots – Image via S. Baldauf/SB-Medien
From our previous spy shots we know the Panamera will feature evolutionary styling for the exterior. And inside there will be more tech. For example, the cabin will benefit from a large center display screen that’s likely touch-sensitive.
Other details we know about the second-generation 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.
Stay tuned for more teasers in the coming weeks.