Fortunately, Porsche's fun-to-drive attitude is combined with a four-door body and a luxurious interior in the 2022 Panamera sedan to produce a more well-rounded solution

For models of the 2022 Porsche, Porsche 4S, and Symptom 4 E-Hybrid, a new Gold Edition option is now available.

The look package consists of smoked headlamp lenses, distinctive 21-inch alloys with a glossy platinum finish, and black exterior trim.

Porsche provides the Porsche in such a broad range of configurations and price points that the ideal option for you will depend on your needs and budget.

Not one of them is a dud, not even the entry model, which cranks out 325 horses and costs less than $100,000.

The 2022 Panamera is a delight to drive thanks to its responsive handling and comfortable ride, especially when fitted with the available adjustable air suspension.

Additionally, it offers the luxury and comfort that one would expect from a pricey four-door hatchback.

Although it has the finest handling of the non-Turbo models, its suspension trades some ride quality for handling.

None of the fuel-economy predictions made by the EPA again for 2022 Panamera line are particularly efficient.

The base Panamera and the 4 and 4S variants, which all have the same 18 mpg city and 24 mpg fuel efficiency ratings, are the most economical non-hybrid vehicles, on the other hand.

The Panamera from Porsche has a driver-focused interior that seems and feels just as opulent as its steep cost would've had you believe.

Vented seats, gentle door, 4 climate control with and an energy rear sunshade are more prevalent options.

A 12.3-inch touchscreen that occupies the majority of the Panamera's dash is sizable and elegant, but the navigation system isn't as user-friendly as it could be.