2021 Porsche Panamera GTS Review

October 14th, 2021 by

For much of the past, Porsche manufacturers have focused on speed and power. But with changing times and different consumer interests, Porsche has also started to change. The first difference is that the 2021 Porsche Panamera GTS was built with comfort in mind, while still retaining speed, power, and elegance. Secondly, Porsche is rapidly making the change to electric cars and its plug-in hybrids have captured consumer interest.

The 2021 Porsche Panamera GTS was designed to take on the likes of the BMW 8 series, Audi RS7, and the 4-door Mercedes AMG GT63.

The four-door Porsche Panamera is positively focused on the consumer with a family, rather than sized for a couple. The 2021 Porsche Panamera still retains much of its iconic shape and size of previous models, but there are a few stylish changes and minor tweaks both in the exterior and interior. Overall, the second-generation Panamera is not only aesthetic, but far better looking than the previous Porsche models.

The 2021 Porsche Panamera GTS has some improvements in almost every department, but the main focus of the car has been on performance and comfort.

First, the GTS model comes with a twin-turbo 4 L V8, AWD, and dual-clutch automatic transmission that provides 473 hp. It is on the road that the 2021 Porsche Panamera shows its real colors with a solid grip on the terrain, superb acceleration, and robust handling of the corners with ease.

The exterior has seen the fewest cosmetic changes, including a revised LED strip at the rear connecting the two tail lights, and a new Sportage bumper on the front.

Changes in the interior include multiway electronic adjustable seats and a multifunction sports steering wheel. For those who want power and acceleration, the Porsche Turbo SE Hybrid will provide a staggering 690 HP and will reach from 0-60 mph in 3 seconds flat.

The top-notch performance of the 2021 Porsche Panamera turbo has been aided by the Porsche dynamic control and the Porsche active suspension management systems, which have been fine-tuned to ensure that the car handles well around corners and sharp turns.

Some of the available options include carbon-ceramic brakes, stickier summer tires, and 21-inch 911 turbo design wheels, which will hopefully seduce buyers seeking a sporty sedan.


The 2021 Porsche Panamera starts at a base price of $88,000 but the GTS will set you back a cool $130,000. All the Porsche Panamera turbo models, including the hybrid, are above $179,000. Contact Us or call (561) 926-9141.  These cars are incredible and you must see them for yourself.

Posted in Porsche Panamera