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Panamera Production Ceasing?

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2020/01/14 14:32:25 (permalink)

Panamera Production Ceasing?

I am hearing today that Panamera production is ceasing in March to be replaced with a new model. Anybody else heard this?

Andy B
Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo

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    RandallF
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    Re: Panamera Production Ceasing? 2020/01/14 22:23:58 (permalink)
    I suspect this might be connected with the expected mid life refresh that some sources claim should be with us soon and includes some minor cosmetic changes as well as some other updates to the 971.  “New model” is therefore probably a bit of an overstatement. You may recall the 970 1st generation Panamera went through a cosmetic and engine update partway through its life before the “new” 971 was introduced. 
     
    interested if anyone hears anything else on this topic. 

    Current:
    Panamera 971 Turbo Executive - Carrera White
    Previous:
    Panamera 970 S4 - Carrera White
    944 S2 - Guards Red
    paul08
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    Re: Panamera Production Ceasing? 2020/01/21 15:57:01 (permalink)
    You could check the Aurocar website, as they have a "What cars are coming in 2020" page/article
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