Porsche will launch a convertible version of its new four-door Panamera saloon, according to reports from Germany.
Company sources reportedly claim the convertible version of the Panamera will have just two-doors to try and keep its weight down and to maximise rigidity, but it will retain much of its space in the rear.
The roof is likely to be a soft-top seen on Porsche’s other models, rather than a retractable hard top. It will reportedly cost 11,000 euro (£10,100) more than the saloon.
Porsche has not officially confirmed the Panamera convertible for production although development chief Wolfgang Duerheimer hinted that more Panamera variants were possible.
“We have a broad range of 14 derivatives of the 911 that are very successful,” he told German media. “So it stands to reason we should diversify the line-up for the Panamera as well.”