Our West Coast photographer Alex Stack caught the 2010 Porsche Panamera supercar out on the roads of San Francisco. Alex counted at least 13 test mules, many with differing configurations. The Panamera showcases Porsche’s design heritage by mixing parts of beloved models like the spoiler similar to that found on the 911, the Cayman-esque rear, the Cayenne lines where the seat pillar meets the rear fender, and of course, the signature Porsche nose. Alex also noticed a lot of key features on the 2010 Panamera like the adaptive headlights, Porsche’s trademark composite ceramic brake system, and the new PDK transmission on several of the mules, though he was not able to get much of a read on the interior.
Watch our 2010 Porsche Panamera Spy Video and let us know what you think of its design and Alex’s observations of this highly-anticipated German supercar.
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