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‘Panamera’ must be Porsche for ‘psychic,’ because this car can see the future

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Say what you want about the exterior design of the new second-gen Porsche Panamera that debuted Tuesday afternoon in Berlin, Germany. But there’s no denying the all-new luxury sports sedan is smart. Let me explain.

Look past the Panamera’s new turbocharged V6 and V8 engines and its 911-like rear-end. Heck, you can even ignore its fancy new 8-speed dual-clutch PDK transmission. You can’t, however, ignore the car’s impressive new Porsche InnoDrive system.

Like so many other modern luxury cars, InnoDrive includes adaptive cruise control, which can automatically accelerate and slow the car based upon information gathered from forward-mounted radar and digital cameras. Since this is a Porsche, though, InnoDrive takes it one step further. Read more…

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