Aside from the rumors, Porsche has hinted that a coupe based on the Panamera is under consideration. So far, nothing has materialized, but a large two- or three-door tourer makes a lot of sense if you look at the competition.
BMW has the 8 Series, Mercedes-Benz has the Coupé and the S-Class Cabriolet, Lexus is obliged to offer the LC, and so on. While he wouldn’t appreciate the commercial success of the tailgate and Panamera firing brake, the grand tourer 2 + 2 would be an interesting addition to the segment.
Transportation designer John Mark Vicente thinks so too, which is why he envisioned the 929 design study as “Flagship coupe concept”. Mainly inspired by Mission E and Taycan, its modernized 928 also includes gull-wing doors as you would expect from a halo model.
Centerlock wheels with carbon-ceramic brakes, digital mirrors and a generous aerodynamic diffuser are also featured, but oddly enough, we can’t see any exhaust pipes sticking out from the back. That brings us to the $ 185,000 Taycan Turbo S, Porsche’s most powerful electric vehicle in 2020.
The two-door four-engine sedan can be quite heavy at 5,060 pounds (2,295 kilograms), but 761 PS (751 horsepower) and instant torque translate into impressive straight line performance. Zero to 60 mph (97 km / h) takes 2.6 seconds, and top speed is rated at 162 mph (260 km / h) thanks to a two-speed transmission with a second long report.