Porsche Panamera 2021 review
Not often in the spotlight, the Panamera sedan and wagon line-up allows Porsche to compete in the 'executive' space, and recent upgrades have made an already impressive package even better.
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If you want the most luxurious car BMW has ever built, the flagship i7 xDrive60 is pretty much it.
Pricing starts from $297,900, before on-road costs, putting it $29,000 higher in price than the petrol powered 740i it’s paired with in Australia.
While limousines often have some entertainment in the rear seats, the i7 boasts a 31.3-inch theatre screen with 8K resolution as standard - something that requires a $27,900 option pack to get in the 740i.
The i7 also boasts automatic opening and closing doors, four seats with heating, cooling, and massage functions upholstered in Merino leather and cashmere wool.