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2016 Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid
Exterior: Black — Interior: Luxor beige Mileage: 2880
Here is the hybrid that has everything you will ever need – introducing the 2016 Porsche Panamera S e-Hybrid. It has room for 4 real size humans, plenty of trunk space and incredibly fuel efficient. Porsche designed the E-Hybrid Panamera for those who want a luxury sports sedan that offers great fuel economy. It has all the bells and whistles you would want in a luxury vehicle and all the performance you would expect from a sports car, but what else would you expect from Porsche. It has a HUGE MSRP of $122,850This is a 1 owner Carfax certified vehicle and comes with 2 keys and owner’s manual. Options & Features:NavigationBackup CameraPark AssistBose Surround SoundInterior Lighting PackageExterior Package in BlackDark Walnut Interior PackagePremium Package PlusSport Tailpipes in BlackPower Seats (14-way) w/ Memory Package22″ Wheels in Gloss BlackPower Rear Side SunshadesSport ModePower Rear Sunshade Air SuspensionHeated Front Seats Ventilated Front Seats4 Zone Automatic Climate ControlLED Daytime Running LightsXenon Adaptive HeadlampsPower MoonroofHeated Rear SeatsPower Trunk Open/ClosePower Tilt Steering ColumnSteering Wheel Controls.
You’d be forgiven if you never before used the terms “luxury,” “sports,” “sedan,” and “plug-in hybrid” in the same sentence to describe a new car. But those descriptors are entirely appropriate when characterizing one member—the S E-hybrid—of the ever-expanding Porsche Panamera lineup, which now includes naturally aspirated and turbocharged V-6 and V-8 engines and standard- and stretch-wheelbase Executive models.
That’s right, just when you’ve finally grudgingly accepted the premise of a roomy, comfortable, four-passenger Porsche sedan, you must now tolerate the fact that there’s a Porsche that silently suckles electrons, Chevy Volt–like, from the teat of the electrical grid on sleepy nights. (September will see the start of production of a second pluggable Porsche, although that car, the technology-intense, limited-build 918 supercar, will cost more than eight times as much as this one.)