Alongside the upcoming launch of the new generation of Porsche Panamera on November 24, Porsche has given a sneak peek of its interior.
Similar to the new Porsche Cayenne, the upcoming Panamera, set to be revealed on November 24 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, boasts an interior that places a strong emphasis on multiple screens.
The new Panamera features the Porsche Driver Experience concept, a setup that has previously succeeded in the Porsche Taycan, prioritizing the driver’s involvement despite the abundance of on-board screens.
The Panamera will incorporate a fully digital display, with essential controls positioned on or near the steering wheel for easy access. A dedicated switch streamlines navigation through options in the instrument cluster, while another is allocated for mode selection, allowing the driver to make adjustments without taking their hands off the wheel. The gear selector lever is placed adjacent to the steering wheel.
This configuration optimizes space on the center console, accommodating a distinctive air conditioning control panel that combines tactile surfaces with physical buttons. Additionally, the new electrically adjustable air vents add a sophisticated touch to the overall aesthetic.
The slightly curved 12.6-inch screen serves as the instrumentation system, presenting clear driving information structured into three zones. The driver can customize these configurations based on the equipment and the selected view. An optional head-up display can also be controlled directly from the sports steering wheel.
The second 12.3-inch screen, situated in the center, focuses on the infotainment part and is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Porsche has revamped the menus and some features for an enhanced user experience.
The third monitor, a 10.9-inch touchscreen, is designated for the front passenger, offering management of various functions such as navigation, multimedia content, and even entertainment. Importantly, the screen has a specific film to prevent distraction for the driver from their position.
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