Porsche are doing big business in the Chinese market, hence the willingness to launch new models in the Chinese market first to satisfy local demand for the Panamera and Cayenne models. The facelift models shown below are two different models judging by the wheels offered. One question remains, has the car been stretched to allow for more rear seating space? It certainly looks like it, Shanghai Auto Show will give us more details on the leg room situation.
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