How to drive four and two-wheel-drive Panameras on ice
19 March 2010

Ever wondered about the difference between four and two-wheel drive on ice? has driven both types of Porsche Panamera on a frozen lake to learn about the different techniques required to get the best from both - and you can see the results in the video below.

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Porsche Panamera

Can the four-door Porsche Panamera still do what’s expected of a Porsche?

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19 March 2010

Looks very tempting. Was this the Camp4 or Camp4S?

19 March 2010

Fine passages.
Beautiful postures of the Panamera S.
Do not forget they have hobnailed ice tires!
Long live the NA engines too!

20 March 2010

Thoroughbreds !

21 March 2010

Good review from Jamie. I love the Panamera - have driven several, and they're a hugely enjoyable steer. More so than the new XJ I drove today.

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