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Porsche Panamera

Panamera tests at the Nuburgring

Scheduled for an official presentation at the 2009 Geneva show, Porsche's four-door coupe has been caught track testing at the 'Ring.

The target for the Panamera is to be a true sportscar while at the same time it shall be a family-car for every-day with four full seats, easy access to the rear and a luggage compartment of around 450 litres. When it hits the road in 2009, Porsche hopes to be able to sell 20,000 units annually – and to jump over the barrier of 100,000 sold cars per year.

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