Porsche has recently announced its plans to introduce the Panamera long wheelbase to the United States, later on this year.
After it was officially unveiled not too long ago, and designed with the Chinese market in mind, the Porsche Panamera long wheelbase is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the model getting ready to hit U.S. soil. According to the German based automaker, the Porsche Panamera LWB will arrive in the U.S. later on this year and the cheapest version of the model will be priced from 125,600 USD, on the Panamera Executive.
The Porsche Panamera LWB is available as the 4S or the Turbo and the most expensive version will become available to its future customers from 161,000 USD. The two prices reflect a 25,000 USD and a 20,000 USD increase over the standard wheelbase models. Just like the conventional wheelbase versions, the Panamera 4S Executive models will benefit from the new 3.0 liter V6 engine, which is replacing the old 4.8 liter V8. The result is translated into a power increase to 420 HP and to an improved fuel economy. More details on the Panamera LWB aimed towards the U.S. will be announced close to its launch.