EXTREME (In)Efficiency | Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid | Test Drive

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It speaks for itself that the faster you drive, the higher your fuel consumption is. This effect is already immediately noticeable on relatively small speed differences, say 130 kmh instead of 120. But what if we could compare 130 km/h against 315 km/h ?
Enter Porsche Panamera Turbo S e-hybrid in the sexy SportTurismo pre-facelift shape. 680 horsepower and 315 km/h vmax. Back in 2019 I had the car for a week and decided to do something else than a regular test drive. I had an appointment for a video shoot with Audi in Ingolstadt, almost 500 kms from the Nürburgring. My goal? Drive as fast as I possibly can there, and sticking to 130 kmh advised speed limit on the way back and in the end compare the two runs.
Topics and Time Stamps:
00:00 Intro
00:28 Car and Setup
01:03 Disclaimers
01:56 FAST/ V-MAX Trip
09:42 Normal (130 km/h limit) Trip
14:08 Conclusions
16:07 Bonus: 100 km/h limit Test
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  1. CanyonDriver
    Před dnem

    Found your channel today. These are exactly the kinds of videos I'm looking for, especially for a Dream Estate. Thank you!

  2. JCB1971
    Před 3 dny

    280 euros for 500km ... well. I guess better to jump in a plane. Way cheaper and safer.

  3. 虎ちゃん
    Před 3 dny

    In Singapore the speed limit is 90kmh...

  4. Bernie HF
    Bernie HF
    Před 5 dny

    Great great video Misha!

  5. Sherkhan Kazbek
    Sherkhan Kazbek
    Před 18 dny

    Так стоп, так Миша русскоговорящий? (За тебя родина мать). Или немец с русскими корнями и т.п?🤔

  6. zemekiel
    Před 22 dny

    Yeah, I usually use 4 tanks of petrol going through Germany from the border with Denmark to the border with Austria in my 335i. All those accelerations doing 100 to 280 is brutal on the consumption. I wonder how much that Porsche would use doing a steady 315 kph.

  7. wess engel
    wess engel
    Před 23 dny

    Thank you for this video

  8. hans peter
    hans peter
    Před 24 dny

    why buy a porsche in a country with speed limit is the question that arises

    1. Jan Kees
      Jan Kees
      Před 24 dny

      Some people are just rich and money isn't an issue to buy something that moves you from A to B.

  9. Shaun Whitfield
    Shaun Whitfield
    Před 24 dny

    Class video misha 🙌🙌what a car 😎great vid as ever nice mixing it up content wise 🙌🙌🙌😉

  10. M Thomas
    M Thomas
    Před 25 dny

    "We pay for your fuel cost, but only one way" ;-)

  11. Miroslav Ivanov
    Miroslav Ivanov
    Před 25 dny

    Nice video Misha! Such a big difference :D Next time come to Bulgaria to fill your tank, the prices are far less than those in Germany, the standard of life as well haha. The content in this video was very interesting, thanks for that!

  12. maY
    Před 26 dny

    Driving 130kph most the time is even cheaper. Because you don't need to buy the top model. A sub-100hp car would actually be enough. (but you lose luxury at that point. since Porsche doesn't offer a 1.6 liter 4banger) I expected a lower value of the Panamera at the slow-speed section though. 9 Liters per 100km is actually a lot for a big engine not doing much and being assisted by an electric motor. But it's still a V8 thats not designed for economy i guess. That thing is twice as expensive to run than the company 1.6 Diesel i drive at 180kph most the time (when allowed). (6L/100km Diesel vs 9L/100km Ultimate - roughly 7.4€ to 15€ per 100km)

  13. Dariune
    Před 26 dny

    you spent an extra 241.39 euro to save 111 minutes of time, therefore to justify going fast your time must be worth 130.48 euro per hour

    1. b0nz1official
      Před 21 dnem

      And that is just considering fuel alone

    Před 26 dny


  15. pin9r
    Před 26 dny

    The Price difference is insane

  16. Jan Kees
    Jan Kees
    Před 27 dny

    Very nice video. My own record is only 235km/h on the autobahn, because the car didn't go faster than that.

  17. Cars, Friends And Food
    Cars, Friends And Food
    Před 27 dny

    That was pretty interesting ! I’m subscribed now! Thank you for that video.

  18. Tobbe Andersson
    Tobbe Andersson
    Před 27 dny

    👍🏻🇸🇪very interesting

  19. Reiwas
    Před 27 dny

    for he price of gas I could fly from my city to our capital city and back lol (almost the same distance) I still have some leftover money

  20. Hene
    Před 27 dny

    You derived a factor of 3.37 between those numbers. That comes from a simple drag force formula where velocity is squared == energy needed increases in x^2 fashion. So you double the speed you need, you quadruple the fuel need.

  21. Mauricio Helken
    Mauricio Helken
    Před 27 dny

    Dude, i used a screenshot of the clip at 0:25 as a wallpaper for half a year till i lost the phone. Such a nice Sky, blaue stunde and by the way 87,7 meter per second...

  22. Layton B
    Layton B
    Před 27 dny

    So if you pay yourself 92 euro~ $110/hr+ ...V-max it is for time value ... well at least til you adjust for risk factors and insurance premiums!!! wotwoh!!

  23. maereanm
    Před 27 dny

    4:20 . it takes a few seconds for the gas cap to open because the gas tanks in PHEVs are pressurised and hermetically sealed. a PHEV can drive for months in electric only so the gas tank must trap the vapors that may form.

  24. maereanm
    Před 27 dny

    13:12 . So the 4L V8 uses 9,2 L/100km (30.7 mpg UK) at 130 km/h. For reference, the 1.4L i4 in the Passat GTE PHEV uses 7,2 L/100 km (39.2 mpg UK) at 130 km/h. www.auto-data.net/en/compare?carId1=41569&carId2=37957&carId3=37956

  25. maereanm
    Před 27 dny

    how did you recharge the batteries? The battery was full on a few occasions in the video. did you use a charging plug or did you use the engine? if, in sport-mode, the e-hybrid recharges the battery to the max by itself, then the driver always has to end the trip in electric mode to fully use that energy and fuel. the Passat GTE PHEV recharges to 50% by itself in GTE (Sport) mode and to 15% in Hybrid mode. www.auto-data.net/en/compare?carId1=41569&carId2=37957&carId3=37956

  26. Paul Krapp
    Paul Krapp
    Před 27 dny

    High increase of fuel usage explained...please bear with me. We don't live in a vacuum. Air density is about 0.001225 g/cm cubed. The frontal area of a Porsche Panamera is 2.33 m squared. The drag coefficient of a Porsche Panamera is 0.30. At 300 km/h the drag force is 2,973 Newtons. While traveling at 130 km/h the drag force is only 558.3 Newtons. In fluid dynamics, whether it's air or water the drag increases exponentially as speed increases. This is why it takes three times the fuel to drive 300 km/h. Thanks for the video Misha, I enjoyed it.

  27. David Hamilton
    David Hamilton
    Před 27 dny

    My new favourite - Slavic Engineering Explained ♥️

  28. Pedro Santos
    Pedro Santos
    Před 27 dny

    5:40 AWESOME content, Misha

  29. Siddhant Prahladsingh
    Siddhant Prahladsingh
    Před 28 dny

    Finally made it to tier one haha! Also, Netherlands, please publish this on RTL5 or something and bring back the 130 speed limit you stupid bunch of... oh well. Thanks for the vid Misha!

  30. Lars Heuchemer
    Lars Heuchemer
    Před 28 dny

    "Looking at you, Netherlands", ouch that one hurts ;-(

  31. 964tractorboy
    Před 28 dny

    Echo: surprisingly interesting video. "Sport Plus, bye!"

  32. xXquackiXx
    Před 28 dny

    9:42 "And Mexico" made my day XD

  33. C Johnson
    C Johnson
    Před 28 dny

    Super Jelly Misha, that looked like a friggin blast and a half! #KickTheTiresAndLightTheFires

  34. Zizo Gaucho
    Zizo Gaucho
    Před 28 dny

    8.6l/100km isn't bad at all!! For a v8!!! 🤯 Edit : 14:49 also i wouldn't risk my life and car for a 1h50, i know it's autobahn. But still, shit can go south real quick. Edit 2: 7.1l/100km!! 🤯 (I'm tier1 i made it to the end lol) That's really impressive fuel consumption imo. 'There's high price attached to speed' Micha 2021

  35. nirfz
    Před 28 dny

    Very interesting! A few years back (2014) i did 634km through Austria and Germany with a 2010 E63 (the non turbo engine). 1/3rd of the distance was in germany and due to traffic 240kph was the max possible speed we reached there, while 130kph is the max allowed limit in Austria. And as a law abiding driver i kept to that. I did the whole distance on one fuel tank. (filled up before the start and at the end) and reached 11,12 L/100km. It was summer, the AC was running, we were 4 adults + luggage in the car and we stopped every 2 hours for a short break. (one of the adults was my 80+ year old Grandma) When looking at the numbers you reached with the Porsche, i am quite pleased with what the, at the time you recorded it, at least 9 years older 6.2 V8 without electric help, and without downsizing and coasting features is able to do. (i still have the car)

  36. apple4youngsters
    Před 28 dny

    Pleas do the same test with the Taycan!

  37. ksochacki
    Před 28 dny

    4:22 fuel tank is kept under negative pressure so the fuel shelf life is higher in case you drive a lot in electric only mode. Thats why sometimes you have to wait until pressure equalizes and the fuel cap opens.

  38. m1keY
    Před 28 dny

    excellent, nice review - interesting to see and hear !

  39. Markus
    Před 28 dny

    How could you pay 38.39€ for 45 liters of fuel? seems a bit off to me. Otherwise great video ;-)

  40. gafrers
    Před 28 dny

    Great, this was so interesting to watch. I hope to see similar stuff in the future

  41. Armin Čekrić
    Armin Čekrić
    Před 28 dny

    Really enjoyed watching this test, thank you Misha! 😊

  42. clarky clarke
    clarky clarke
    Před 28 dny

    Proper cool vid Misha as always! 👌🏻🤟🏻

  43. Paul Deavall
    Paul Deavall
    Před 28 dny

    I started watching Micha to switch off from the current situation. Great no brainer but sensible coverage of the Ring and others. Keep up the great videos, really good work. The measures/conversion in the video are very informative:-) Night driving at 315kph on the Motorway/Interstate/Autobahn/Autoroute etc. is certainly an eye opener!

  44. DOrtw RC
    DOrtw RC
    Před 28 dny

    Great vid - thank's for not leaving it in the archive ! Aren't you afraid of hitting some deere at 4:30 AM with more than 300km/h, Misha...? ...I didn't have those questions until I reached my actual age and saw a lot of animal accidents on the BAB's where I did a few thousand kilometers the last years between 4 AM and 8:30 AM for a 600KM trip to visit my son...- by the way: fuel consumption was max. 11l/100km with average speed of 167 km/h, BMW 125d ;-)

  45. Emil Vaduva
    Emil Vaduva
    Před 28 dny

    Very interesting, I assume that all of us are aware about the correlation between speed, fuel consumption and time, but to be honest I did not expect those results, I thought is way worst at such a high speed, over 40 l/100 km

  46. István Decsi
    István Decsi
    Před 28 dny

    I'd be curious about how the fuel consumption and travel time changes in a high powered diesel, maybe an S6 or an M550d. And hats off for being able to keep the advised speed limit :D

    1. Jan Kees
      Jan Kees
      Před 24 dny

      Best is to go in between, to still be quick but save a lot of money. Cruise speed of 180-200 is more douable.

  47. Tom
    Před 28 dny

    great video!!

  48. hykehamontour
    Před 28 dny

    This is a very interesting video Misha. It makes sense that the fuel efficiency does not decrease with the same proportion the speed increased which I will explain below if anyone is interested. The first part is that the relationship between fuel efficiency and speed is non-linear mainly due to the non-linearity of the resistive forces with increased speed. These resistive forces in modern day vehicles are typically dominated by air resistance. The formula for air resistance at a given speed is Fd = 0.5*p*(v^2)*Cd*A. In this case (assuming the air density is largely the same between runs) "p", "Cd" and "A" are constant values and can therefore be excluded for this comparison. This means that the drag force (Fd) is directly proportional to the square of the velocity (v). If we put some numbers into this theory, we can show that the linear relationship between 102 km/h and 164 km/h is ~1.61 whereas the relationship of the squares is ~2.59. This means the engine is having to do 2.59 times instead of 1.61 times more work just to overcome the increase in air resistance. Why is this relationship of the squares (2.59) not the same as the relationship of the fuel consumption figures (3.37)? Well, this leads to the second part, the ratios are not the same because combustion engines are designed to be more efficient at certain RPMs, usually cruising RPMs in the region of 2000 to 3500. I am not a chemical or powertrain engineer, so I cannot comment further on specifically how this works or why this range is chosen. However, what it means is that the RPM at 102 km/h is causing the engine to be relatively more efficient than at 164 km/h (made worse by the fact Misha was driving for some parts at 315 km/h with revs higher than 6000 RPM).

  49. Andres Perez
    Andres Perez
    Před 28 dny

    Amazingly overpriced

  50. N.Danish Samuel
    N.Danish Samuel
    Před 28 dny

    A Test we never needed but now we do...👍

  51. alexandre Blitz
    alexandre Blitz
    Před 28 dny

    Really like this format! Would be interesting to compare weight, the Panamera Shooting break and the normal panamera at 130kmh for example :)

  52. M Thomas
    M Thomas
    Před 28 dny

    Hammer Geiler Test! Jetzt mit gr Yaris: 100kmh, 200kmh

  53. Tripedior
    Před 28 dny

    Is there a (significant) altitude difference you had to overcome?

  54. James Sharpe
    James Sharpe
    Před 28 dny

    If you have an almost 700hp car but live in a country where the speed limit is a max of 130 what's the point of having a 700 hp car? 😂

    1. Iv zh
      Iv zh
      Před 28 dny

      You get to 130 faster than everybody else lol

  55. Bart Botterweck
    Bart Botterweck
    Před 28 dny

    Autobahn.... * Cries in Dutch *

  56. lotsofcurveslover
    Před 28 dny

    Excellent video especially for car nut engineers like me.

  57. lotsofcurveslover
    Před 28 dny

    Wake up your neighbors. I’ll never forget what my friend in Munich told me. He was sitting in his car in his driveway idling. He hears a knock on the window. It’s his neighbor telling him to shut off his engine. To me that’s the perfect illustration of the difference between Germany and America. Every time I see the Woodward Dream Cruise I think about how many Europeans would have coronaries watching the colossal waste of fuel and massive emissions. Cracks me up.

  58. haqa1
    Před 28 dny

    i find i get more a kick for getting less then 5l/100km then going 200km/h in my corolla.

  59. SimRacing76
    Před 28 dny

    This was better than most TV production car shows! Great work! Really smooth to watch

  60. Petri Paavola
    Petri Paavola
    Před 28 dny

    Very nice and informative video. Thank you Misha! I really like the fact that you did the return trip on sensible 130kmh speed which is very much applicable here in Finland at highways. This allows me to estimate how much such a car would consume and also gives idea how would be the panamera 4 e-hybrid sport turismo perform (I'm considering purchasing one).

  61. ken large
    ken large
    Před 28 dny

    tier 1 - but 0/10 food shot

  62. Robert Langer
    Robert Langer
    Před 28 dny

    Thanks for this, quite interesting. Oddly I found a similar 3-fold increase... well decrease in efficiency on my E36 328i track car, for a large part of it's early life it has had it's standard onboard computer and I would often reset it before driving to the track. It would avergae 9.8l/100km there and/or back home but average 29l/100km on track. Keep up the awesome content, might see you guys in May depending on travel restrictions at the time 🤞🏻🤞🏻

  63. Max H
    Max H
    Před 28 dny

    Great Video. To the same on the Nürburgring with 5 Laps / 100 km with the Polo :-)

  64. Alex Wheeler
    Alex Wheeler
    Před 28 dny

    Is the mpg figures listed US mpg or UK? There are two different metrics just to make things even more confusing!

    1. B I G S M O K E
      B I G S M O K E
      Před 26 dny

      Why can't the world use the same unit it would be better for everyone

  65. Harm Zegt
    Harm Zegt
    Před 28 dny

    Na 19:00u mag je gewoon 130km/u in Nederland. Tenzij anders aangegeven. (Als er borden 100 staan dus)

  66. bob starr
    bob starr
    Před 28 dny

    Yes! Random facts! :) I just got a speeding ticket two weeks ago and if I get another excessive speeding ticket in the next two years they can take my car away for two months. This time it was only a week. I am now learning how good fuel consumption is at the speed limit.

  67. Kenny Kayoss
    Kenny Kayoss
    Před 28 dny

    The whole world will be an easier place if everyone changes to litres and kilometers. If you drove at an indicated 120kph, I am sure you will get 8l/100 which is very good for that large capacity engine. In the UK they sell petrol in litres but the cars still show miles per gallon. It’s about time the government asks manufacturers to change the on board computers to miles per litre

    1. Kenny Kayoss
      Kenny Kayoss
      Před 27 dny

      @MacXpert74 definately horsepower defies energy and force which is measured in watts lol

    2. MacXpert74
      Před 27 dny

      ​@Kenny Kayoss I've read somewhere that an average horse actually has more horse power than 1 hp, making the hp standard rather strange and confusing. 😅

    3. Kenny Kayoss
      Kenny Kayoss
      Před 27 dny

      @MacXpert74 yes and kilowatts and Newton meters ,as horsepower makes a car sound much stronger than what it is, how do they know what one horse = 1 horse power

    4. MacXpert74
      Před 27 dny

      Just get rid of the miles altogether and start using the metric system. It's so much easier!

  68. iMrMalibuZ
    Před 28 dny

    15:20 has the wrong price in €, i assume its meant to say 68,39€?

    1. Misha Charoudin
      Misha Charoudin
      Před 28 dny


  69. Ben Kohnen
    Ben Kohnen
    Před 28 dny

    Thank you for the conversion helps me from hitting the Google ha!!! Great video

  70. Per Eldh
    Per Eldh
    Před 28 dny

    Thats turbo engines for you! :)

  71. addmenop123
    Před 28 dny

    Is this the new AutoTopN(ordsch)L(eife)?

  72. unbekannt
    Před 28 dny

    Great video! Nice to see that the 680hp Porsche needs as much fuel at 130 as my Cupra 🥲

  73. CW
    Před 28 dny

    Didn't expect you to be listening to Green Day lol. Interesting test.

  74. Benjamin Ott
    Benjamin Ott
    Před 28 dny

    Hello Misha Would be interesting to see such a run where you compare 100 km/h vs 200 km/h... if you can check if the fuel consumption also doubles

  75. hyper
    Před 28 dny

    Great video misha. You can't rush excellence ;]

  76. daniel polák
    daniel polák
    Před 28 dny

    Hey misha, how are the batteries during long autobahn trip ? For expample if you drove 500km, is still full power 680hp aviable all journey?

    1. Misha Charoudin
      Misha Charoudin
      Před 28 dny

      They regenerate quite good on braking

  77. Mateusz Dorocki
    Mateusz Dorocki
    Před 28 dny

    i've always wanted to know that, seriously! thx :D

  78. BNE Exotics
    BNE Exotics
    Před 28 dny

    Interesting experiment 🙂 Can I ask the reason or justification for the increased price of fuel along the Autobarn ?

    1. Misha Charoudin
      Misha Charoudin
      Před 28 dny

      Supply and demand

  79. Piotr Sulej
    Piotr Sulej
    Před 28 dny

    I'd say running faster than 200 is a bit pointless, not only you're not able to run much faster for very long (traffic etc.) the risk is much higher, but you're not really going much quicker on average (if at all) cause you have to frequently stop for fuel.

    1. Piotr Sulej
      Piotr Sulej
      Před 24 dny

      @Jan Kees the risk is not about your car, but about other drivers. Some don't look long enough in the mirror, and might not be able to see you going that quickly to begin with (because of bends in the road etc.) you gotta remember that energy rises with the square of speed, braking from 200-150 is not that big of a deal, braking from 300-150 requires a lot more distance (assuming the brakes etc. can handle the braking) nevermind reaction time, animals, debris on the road etc. Now, imagine an accident happened somewhere in front, recent enough that there are no warnings about it, you'd have to stop from 300-0, that's accounting you realising something is wrong to begin with and having enough space to stop is starting to be an issue, there are plenty of videos where a bus is overtaking a truck @140 and the recording guy pretty much barely manages to slow down enough from 250-300, imagine having to actually stop.

    2. Jan Kees
      Jan Kees
      Před 24 dny

      Risk is less of an issue in a really good car. 250 is nothing special for a Porsche. But the average Hyundai will take of and end up in the fields already.

  80. JerainJezza
    Před 28 dny

    38 euro for 45L?

    1. Misha Charoudin
      Misha Charoudin
      Před 28 dny


  81. Stefan Just
    Stefan Just
    Před 28 dny


  82. Shukri Aidil
    Shukri Aidil
    Před 28 dny

    Great video. I think we need more video like this for guide us what car to buy for long drive.

  83. reventonlp640
    Před 28 dny

    I prefer this kind of presentation. Great video misha!

  84. Daniel Maisel
    Daniel Maisel
    Před 28 dny

    I will never complain about $4/gal for gas I am blessed

  85. Charley George
    Charley George
    Před 28 dny

    I like the video as well. Good editing and good story and great narrating. OK one last point. I would have drove faster but the car was limited to 115 mph via computer. It cut the gas and spark at 115. I was seriously annoyed when I found this out. And luckily no tickets.

  86. Charley George
    Charley George
    Před 28 dny

    I surprised my wife and picked her up in Chicago. She was on a connecting flight lol to Cleveland Ohio. Yeah pretty silly. It takes 6 hours to drive one way I made it in 4 hour 20 minutes straight through. My car was at 110 mph for about two and half hours straight. I filled once. Lol 9n the way and once in chicago. I picked her up she fell asleep and I did it again back home. I went grouch the entire state of Indiana twice at over 110 mph. Hilarious. I was in a Chevy Beretta V6 3.2 liters. Awesome car for sure. It stopped easy and drove really well at over 100 mph. Also what I found out is y hat if you need to speed back up to speed you use way more gas that way.

  87. Mike Davies
    Mike Davies
    Před 28 dny

    Aerodynamics suck. Drag squares with speed, really takes the fun away!

  88. Dave M
    Dave M
    Před 28 dny

    Great video, really interesting to see the real world difference.

  89. bcredeur97
    Před 28 dny

    Now I’m curious what about like 200 km/h. Happy medium?

  90. byTozR
    Před 28 dny

    such a cool video, glad you decided to upload it even a year later :D

  91. exiownage
    Před 28 dny

    Good idea for the comparison 👍🏻

  92. Mitchell Lang
    Mitchell Lang
    Před 28 dny

    No offence but do u have to cut to yourself for a random comment every thirty seconds its quite frustating

    1. Misha Charoudin
      Misha Charoudin
      Před 28 dny

      Not every 30 sec 😬

  93. Corona virus
    Corona virus
    Před 28 dny

    These plugin hybrids and hybrids are only reasonable when you drive almost within the limits of speed as you showed the faster you go more fuel you waste, so comparing to a normal petrol engine it has gains around 1 or 2 litres because when you go flat out it's basically the same. The big gains is in town which you can move without petrol, apart from that the hybrid will do the same. Normally no one talks about this how many plugin hybrids can recharge with the engine, i know the Mini Countryman does, what about the Porsche for me that's essencial once you just wasting fuel.

  94. hexlgaming
    Před 28 dny

    500km with like 30l/100km with a fuelprice of almost 2€/L, that's going to be like 150L*2€/L=300€.. for one trip 🤯

    Před 28 dny

    great video... i never did the math but... Audi´s have that same problem... they go very well on fuel when you drive slow but, when the road opens... there goes the tank very very very fast... lol....

  96. John TL
    John TL
    Před 28 dny

    Does the cruise control allow to enable at 315ish kmh ?

    1. Misha Charoudin
      Misha Charoudin
      Před 28 dny

      Didn't try haha

  97. BMW M2
    BMW M2
    Před 28 dny

    I bet the guy in the Kia though he was pretty special by passing the dork in the Panamera Turbo S Hybrid creeping along in the slow lane. LOL

  98. Tom Clayton
    Tom Clayton
    Před 28 dny

    In all seriousness 7.5mpg is better than I expected, some super cars average that doing 1/3 of that speed haha

  99. Hunter Prey
    Hunter Prey
    Před 28 dny

    I drive myself a panamera 4s diesel pre facelift. That car can go over 1000 km with a full tank. These high horsepower petrol cars are fun for 1-2 hours but long distance travel is made for powerful diesel engines. I had a bmw 7 g11. That thing went 220 km/h and had like 1900 rpms. But neverless this thing is a beautiful heavy beast. Propps to the quality of the video. There is nothing more beautiful than a empty autobahn and a car like the panamera.

  100. Scalachi123
    Před 28 dny

    That nite view wicked..sweet ride