After revealing the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo next year, the next Panamera variant will be the coupe that might bring back the name 928. Like the original 928, the Panamera Coupe will be a be a 2+2 GT with engine in the front driving the rear wheels. This ensures the 928 doesn’t compete with the […]
Remember the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo Concept that previewed the new second generation Panamera? Well it looks like the new Panamera will spawn a wagon variant. The wagon, or some consider as a shooting brake, will likely be called Sport Turismo. Will the Panamera Sport Turismo look like my renderings?
As read in Automobile Magazine, Mercedes-Benz plans to launch a 4-door variant of the Mercedes-AMG GT as a direct rival for the new generation Porsche Panamera. These are my impressions of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door.
The new Panamera can possibly be a looker, unlike the existing Panamera. However, I believe the eventual Panamera will have a different trunk design to my renderings.
Decided to do a Ferarry FF rival from the Panamera Sport Turismo Concept. Do you think it looks more coupe or shooting brake?
Here’s my impression of the production Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo. From the concept, I’ve added production headlight, side mirrors, door handles, new wheels, bonnet (lines) and fog light (strips). And added a red hue.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. This is my second attempt in rendering the Pajun. The earlier Studio X-Gene Avant GT-based renderings were awkward. More recent report suggests the Pajun to use Audi A5’s MSB structure. Hope Porsche is not going FWD route. And I hope, like my renderings, It’ll have a better proportion […]
This rendering was first published in July issue of Torque magazine. It accompanied the article about ‘Mutant Models’, hence the name Polomera (Polo + Panamera)
With the appointment of Lancia CEO Olivier Francois as head of the Chrysler motor division, we can expect the two companies to collaborate on future products and take advantage of economies of scale… Word on the Italian street is that the current Lancia Delta could make it over here (North America) Source: Autoblog Well, the […]
Okay this is the Abarth version of Fiat Bravo, and it’s also a three-door Bravo that Fiat doesn’t want to build.