The forthcoming facelifted Porsche Panamera has been spotted winter testing.
Porsche is in the latter stages of developing a series of mid-life revisions for its best-selling Porsche Panamera model. As well as a revised headlight design and new front bumper the Panamera’s controversial rear end gets a ‘tail lift’.
The new images show the aesthetic revisions to the rear end, including the new light signature of the rear lamp clusters.
The car's rear bumper moulding stands proud of the lower tailgate and the numberplate plinth. The overall effect gives the Panamera a more four-square, planted, stance.
The tweaked Panamera is expected to be unveiled at the Shanghai motor show in April.
At the moment, the big hatchback is Porsche’s second biggest-selling model after being overtaken by the Cayenne SUV which, in recent months, accounted for over 50 per cent of all Porsche sales.