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2020 Porsche Panamera Interior Review


Interior: 7.8

 The 2020 Porsche Panamera has a sleek interior with quality materials and seating for up to five, though most models seat four. The touch-screen infotainment system is largely user-friendly. Cargo space is ample.

  • "Although not as exotic as some competitors, the 2019 Panamera’s interior is pure Porsche. A large center-mounted tachometer and digital speedometer join a configurable screen that displays maps or engine data, while a massive touch-screen navigation system dominates the center stack." -- Kelley Blue Book (2019)
  • "With many interior design cues straight from the 911, such as the five circular gauges, the Panamera seems sporty and refined even at first glance." -- Edmunds (2018)
  • "With clean surfaces and simple lines, the interior ambience is luxurious minimalism: None of your Bentley flamboyance here." -- Motor Trend (2017)


The Panamera comes in three body styles. The standard and Executive models have four seats, while the Sport Turismo model has five. Front-seat accommodations are excellent, no matter the body style. These seats are nicely cushioned and supportive, with ample head- and legroom. The rear seats are comfortable as well, even for adults. The Sport Turismo model benefits from a bit more rear headroom. Conversely, the Executive model adds more legroom.

Leather upholstery and heated front seats are standard. Upgrades include a heated steering wheel and ventilated and massaging front seats, as well as heated, ventilated, and massaging rear seats.

For securing child safety seats, there are two complete sets of LATCH connectors for the Panamera’s rear outboard seats.

  • "Seats are comfortable and supportive, with multiple adjustments — depending on the trim and extra equipment. … Rear-occupant space in the regular Panamera is absolutely fine, but the almost-wagon Sport Turismo has the most headroom and cargo area, while the Executive model is for the rare person who doesn’t want to drive a Porsche but would prefer to stretch out and relax in the back." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "You sit low in the Panamera, much as you would in a 911, enveloped by Porsche's superbly comfortable, supportive and adjustable seats. That applies whether you're in the driver's seat or riding in the back. Space all around is excellent, although it obviously gets better with the long-wheelbase Executive model." -- Autotrader (2018)
  • "The rear buckets, every bit as comfortable and supportive as the front seats, provide ample legroom, although a six-foot three-inch rider brushed his hair against the headliner, and the space only gets tighter as you recline the rear seat to a comfortable angle." -- Car and Driver (2017)

Interior Features

The Panamera is equipped with a 12-inch touch screen, which handles most infotainment functions. The screen responds quickly to inputs and has vivid graphics, but it’s accompanied by touch-sensitive - or haptic - buttons on the center console that can be distracting to use. These controls aren’t complex enough to be a deal breaker, but they are worth testing out before you buy.

Standard features include Apple CarPlay, navigation, Bluetooth, multiple USB ports, HD Radio, satellite radio, a 10-speaker stereo, a Wi-Fi hot spot, keyless entry, push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, a panoramic sunroof, a rearview camera, and parking sensors. A Bose 14-speaker stereo, a Burmester 21-speaker stereo, quad-zone automatic climate control, a rear-seat entertainment system, power soft-closing doors, and an analog stopwatch are available.

Available active safety features include blind spot monitoring, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, adaptive headlights, a surround-view parking camera system, a night vision camera, and a head-up display.

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  • "The front cabin is dominated by a wide, rising center console covered in controls. Unlike the first-generation car, however, the 2019 Panamera has ditched physical buttons for touch-sensitive controls and a greater reliance on the new 12.3-in main touchscreen. We can't say it's an improvement -- it might even be worse." -- Autotrader (2019)
  • "Porsche's latest PCM infotainment system lives on a slick 12.3-inch dashboard screen that has touch capability and redundant navigation controls below. It's fast, the home screen offers a bunch customization options and it includes Apple CarPlay -- sorry, Android Auto fans, there's nothing for you here. The center console might look like it's covered in buttons, but that's a lie -- it's actually a capacitive touch interface with haptic feedback that feels, for all intents and purposes, like buttons. … [The] climate control's central vent … can only be adjusted using the touchscreen, which is difficult to set right and damn near impossible to use if the car isn't stationary." -- CNET (2018)
  • "High-tech features abound, but the most noticeable is a massive navigation screen so clear it puts some HD TVs to shame. A large center tachometer is flanked by a configurable screen that can be optioned to include all manner of functions, from displaying road maps to an infrared image of the road ahead." -- Kelley Blue Book (2018)


The Porsche Panamera is offered in three hatchback body styles. Cargo room varies, but generally speaking all have around 18 cubic feet of space with the rear seats upright and 50 cubic feet of space with the rear seats folded. These figures are above average for the super luxury car class. However, the placement of the battery pack in the hybrid model lowers these figures by a few cubic feet.

  • "The Panamera has a hatchback design that grants it greater cargo versatility than the typical flagship luxury sedan. With the Sport Turismo wagon variant, you can increase that versatility even further with five seats and more cargo space. … However, something to keep in mind is the fact that the hybrid models cut into the Panamera's normally generous cargo space." -- Autotrader (2019)
  • "In the transformation from sedan to wagon, the much-prettier-than-it-used-to-be Panamera lengthens the roof to accommodate a larger rear end and a separate third side window that brings it into wagon territory. You'd think that this would mean a big bump in cargo capacity, but it only adds 0.7 cubic feet of storage space with the rear seats up (17.6 versus 18.3), and less than 2.0 cubic feet with the rear seats folded (47.3 versus 49). Given the Panamera 4 Sport Turismo's $6,600 price premium over the standard Panamera 4, your choice will largely be an aesthetic one." -- CNET (2018) 
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