By David Thomas on October 31, 2013
Nope, this isn't a trick. Today, Porsche announced the addition of the updated 2014 Porsche Panamera Turbo S to the sports-car maker's four-door lineup. It boosts the 2013 Turbo S model's power from 550 hp to 570 hp; the top speed is 192 mph.
There will also be a Panamera Turbo S Executive model for the first time. This takes the Turbo S powertrain and drops it into the extended wheelbase platform — adding 5.9 inches of rear legroom — that currently can only be had in the pedestrian 4S or plain old Turbo style with 520 horses.
Prices increase too. The 2013 Turbo S started at $176,275 while the 2014 will sticker at $181,275. The Turbo S Executive will start at $201,475. All prices include destination.
Other features the Turbo S sports that no other Panamera owner can claim are a unique Palladium Metallic paint color, larger 20-inch wheels and a four-way body-painted rear spoiler.
2014 Porsche Panamera models are just reaching dealers with the Turbo S not slated to arrive until 2014. There are 857 2014 Panamera models in Cars.com's new car inventory and 198 2013s.
Managing Editor David Thomas has a thing for wagons and owns a 2010 Subaru Outback and a 2005 Volkswagen Passat wagon. Email David