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November 16, 2023

Porsche Shows Off New 2024 Panamera's More Digitalized Cockpit

Ahead of its global launch this November 24, Porsche has revealed the interior of its new Panamera. Similar to the one used in the all-electric Taycan, the new Porsche Driver Experience will combine both analog and digital elements to create a high-quality and sporty interior ambience that puts the driver at the center.

The Porsche Driver Experience offers a fully digital display, a wide range of customization options, and promises intuitive operation. A key feature is the grouping of the control elements relevant for driving in the immediate vicinity of the steering wheel. All primary functions are therefore quick and intuitive for the driver to access.

For example, Porsche is placing the toggle switch for navigating through the options provided by the instrument cluster, and the mode switch for selecting the driving modes, directly on the steering wheel. The gear selector lever is located directly next to it. This decision opens up space on the center console for an elegant climate control panel that combines touch surfaces and physical switches. New, completely finless and electrically adjustable air vents are installed in the center console. It’s possible to switch between several pre-configured and personalized climate control modes at the press of a button. In addition, the storage bin in the center console offers more space than before.

Meanwhile, the 12.6-inch digital free-standing instrument cluster has clearly structured information split into three areas. These are re-configurable depending on the equipment and selected view. The additional, optional head-up display can also be operated directly from the sports steering wheel.

The new Panamera also adopts continuous ambient lighting that spans the entire width of the dashboard, while the seats are made even more comfortable thanks to improved seat foam. The executive models also feature a newly contoured rear seat system, which offers an optimized seating position. This ensures rear passengers arrive even more relaxed after long drives.

In terms of materials, the new Panamera has an increased selection of bi-color designs. Also, for the first time, Porsche is also offering leather-free equipment in the Panamera, which combines particularly sporty materials such as Race-Tex and Pepita fabric with each other.

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