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2017 Porsche Panamera Nürburgring Record Drive

Initially, the Porsche Panamera Turbo has the most powerful petrol engine of the model series. Its 4.0-litre biturbo V8 develops 550 horsepower / 404 kWat 5,750 rpm and a maximum torque of 770 Nm between 1,960 and 4,500 rpm. It has 30 hp more power than the previous model, and its maximum torque has been increased by 70 Nm. The eight-cylinder engine accelerates the Panamera Turbo to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.8 seconds; with the Sport Chrono Package the sprint time is just 3.6 seconds. The Porsche can reach a top speed of 306 km/h (190 mph). These are impressive figures that illustrate just how easily the engine can propel the Panamera with its power-to-weight ratio of just 3.6 kg/hp.

Porsche uses complex twin-scroll turbochargers to supply compressed air to the V8’s combustion chambers. The two counter-rotating chargers produce maximum torque figures at very low engine speeds. The Panamera Turbo is also the first Porsche to be equipped with the new adaptive cylinder control in its engine. In part-load operation, the system temporarily and imperceptibly turns the eight-cylinder into a four-cylinder engine. This reduces fuel consumption by up to 30 per cent, depending on power demand in the four-cylinder phases.
The 2.9-litre V6 biturbo engine of the Panamera 4S develops a maximum power of 440 hp/ 324 kW (20 hp more than the previous model); it is already available at 5,650 rpm. Between 1,750 and 5,500 rpm, the new six-cylinder delivers 550 Nm (30 Nm more) to the drive axles. The Panamera 4S can reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 4.4 seconds (4.2 seconds with the Sport Chrono Package). With a top speed of 289 km/h (179 mph), this Porsche also approaches the 300 km/h mark.

Like the eight-cylinder engine of the Panamera Turbo, the six-cylinder engine of the Panamera 4S also has petrol direct-injection injectors that are positioned in the combustion chamber. This injector position offers optimal combustion, maximum efficiency and very good engine response. The 4S and Turbo are also characterised by exceptionally full-bodied and authentic sound.

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38 Comments

  1. IT looks far better looking than the last one

  2. 7:38 ist gut 🙂

  3. That’s German for "It’s big and heavy, I wish I was driving a 911 GT3 RS"

  4. Boring but much better

  5. The bald-head guy looks like Andre Agassi!

  6. Waaaay better looking than the old one. Subtle changes made a big difference!

  7. Notice every time it enters a corner on the track, they quickly shift the camera to a different scene, cause they don’t want you to see how poorly it holds the road, lol

  8. does a production model have its rear door panels removed? I’m afraid not.

  9. Alfa Romeo Giulia quadrifoglio verde 7.32 – They are not in the same category

  10. Awesome vehicle

  11. Record for what?

  12. 12.9 miles 7:38 minutes = 101.4 mph

  13. Alfa Giulia 7.32 !!!!!

  14. Bullshit, this is not new Panamera

  15. Alfa Romeo Giulia quadrifoglio verde 7.32

  16. AlfaRomeo: hurry up and bring me my coffee, lazy German.

  17. besides the roll cage, racing driver’s seat and a whole lot of computers, this is a standard Panamera!

  18. so abgestimmt und umgebaut ist das kein SERIEN panamera ! der hat nicht viel zu tun mit dem Fahrzeug auf der Straße

  19. Much more beautiful, proportions are great this time. I order one. LOL

  20. Why all the testing cars of Porsche bear license plate from Ludwigsburg, not Stuttgart?

  21. Not extraordinary impressive. Alfa Giulia 7.39 with less hp, or 2010 Subaru WRX STi with 300hp 7.55. The Nordschleife is maybe the worst track to compare cars, driver or what ever in different conditions. And no one knows whats the truth or not.

  22. Ja aber ihr baut alles raus damit wird der Pana leichter

  23. Alfa Giulia did the same in 7:32. That are SIX seconds. And the driver was in t-shirt and jeans. No roll cage or whatever they modified in the Panamera. Juast a standard Giulia Quadrifoglio

  24. Yes but they have added roll bars that give advantage. Not fair.

  25. 1) RIDICULOUS !! This car HAS A ROLLCAGE even if I am not a wundebar german engineer this adds a superior body rigidity . This is ONLY seen in track ready cars….. Ich bin nicht sufriden 🙁
    2) COMPARISONS with other Porsche supercars on this track

    Ever since VW cheated I am leary of ANY GERMAN CHEST THUMPING

  26. That time on street tires wth

  27. All this bandwagon to improve just 1 second what a strictly stock Alfa Giulia Quadrifoglio made a year ago… 😂😂

    4 August 2016: another strictly stock Alfa Giulia Quadrifoglio destroys 6 seconds your record at Ring…. What to say? Go back and do your homeworks, Germans.

  28. hä was isn das fürn kombi 😀 nein aber im ernst das ist doch nicht der 2017er der hat doch ganz andere Lichter????

  29. Dang nice porshe

  30. i wonder how’ll they’ll make these cars when their whole country is kebab…

  31. Still not a fan of the design

  32. 04 ago 2016
    Alfa Giulia 7:32 – Panamera 7:38

  33. want power, wait for the turbo s

  34. good design. more expensive version of Audi A7

  35. Only 7 Seconds slower than the 997 GT2! ..and faster than a mb slr mclaren, murcielago lp 640, gallardo superleggera and also faster than the c6 z06.. and that as a sedan. incredible!
    Source: https://nurburgringlaptimes.com/lap-times-top-100/

  36. Alfa Romeo Giulia 2.9 litres without rollcage and tunning with tshirt and jeans without gloves still managed to get 8 seconds ahead 7:31

  37. that’s incredible

  38. What’s the name of the violin orchestra in the background of the lap time

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